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Wontner's Guide to Land Registry Practice
Wontner's Guide to Land Registry Practice
22nd Edition
Series:  Practitioner Series
Practice Area:  Conveyancing
ISBN:  9780414041684
Published by:  Sweet & Maxwell
Publication Date:  12 Nov 2009
Subscription Information:  Non-Subscribable Product
Format:  Paperback
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Wontner’s Guide to Land Registry Practice provides invaluable guidance on the practice and procedure of land registration, offering tips and advice to help in your day-to-day dealings with the Land Registry and reduce the risk of rejected applications and requisitions.

Written by an Assistant Land Registrar, David Rees, Wontner’s Guide to Land Registry Practice covers the significant changes introduced by the Land Registration (Amendment) Rules 2008 as well as providing updated and expanded guidance on key areas of land registration law and practice. The book guides you through the different property transactions you’ll undertake, concisely explaining the relevant law and which type of application is appropriate and how it should be made.

Fully updated to take account of recent legal developments, the 22nd edition of Wontner’s Guide to Land Registry Practice:
  • Includes discussion of the Land Registration Act 2002 (Amendment) Order 2008 which introduces two new ‘triggers’ for compulsory first registration of title
  • Contains appendices incorporating the new Land Registration Fee Order 2009, the standard forms of restriction, and the prescribed clauses for leases
  • Provides an overview of legal and equitable estates and interests in relation to registered land, including the protection of third party interests
  • Gives updated guidance on many areas including: stamp duty land tax, adverse possession, execution of deeds, easements and insolvency (including provision for re-vesting of the bankrupt’s home)
  • Features a ‘practical tips’ section at the end of each chapter
  • General features
  • Plans, maps and boundaries
  • Cautions against first registration
  • First registration
  • Lost or destroyed deeds
  • Adverse possession
  • Covenants, easements and profits a prendre
  • Inspection, official copies and searches
  • Dealings generally
  • Transfers
  • Leases
  • Commonhold
  • Charges
  • Rent Charges
  • Protection of third party rights
  • Home rights
  • Trusts, charities and settled land
  • Death
  • Insolvency
  • Building estates
  • Upgrading title
  • Alteration, adjudication and indemnity
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