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Ruoff & Roper: Registered Conveyancing

Ruoff & Roper: Registered Conveyancing
Number of volumes: 3
Practice Area:  Conveyancing
ISBN:  9780421440609
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Providing comprehensive information and an essential source of answers and advice, Registered Conveyancing:

  • Explains in full the registration of title to land system
  • Covers everything from first registration and upgrading of title to land through to rectification, indemnity and determination of disputes
  • Takes you through both overriding interests on first registration and overriding interests affecting registered land
  • Details the changes to the legal principles underlying the land registration system, so that you are completely up to date with the latest developments
  • Goes through the practical, procedural and formal requirements imposed by the Land Registration Act 2002 and Land Registration Rules 2003
  • Enables you to apply the law with confidence, including the regime for claims based on adverse possession
  • Guides you through the process of searching and copying Land Registry records
  • Deals with issues which have an impact on registered conveyancing, including company law, landlord and tenant law, matrimonial homes, public sector housing and planning law
  • Reproduces relevant statutes, rules, forms and directives including the Land Registration Act 2002, and amended Rules


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CONTENTS

General principles
  • Historical introduction
  • Organisation of HMLR
  • General principles
  • The register
First registration and upgrading
  • Identification and extent of registered land
  • Classes of title
  • Registration and protection of legal estates and interests
  • Voluntary and compulsory registration of land
  • Applications for first registration
  • Effect of first registration: overriding interests
  • Cautions against first registration
  • Upgrading of title
Dealings and transmission
  • Dispositionary powers and their exercise
  • Implied covenants
  • Priority of dispositions
  • Completion of dispositions by registration
  • Registered dispositions; overriding interests
  • Applications for registration of dispositions
  • Electronic conveyancing
  • Transfer on sale of registered land
  • Registered building estates
  • Commonhold
  • Public sector housing
  • Transfers not for value
  • Leases of registered land
  • Leasehold enfranchisement
  • Charges of registered land
  • Dispositions by proprietors of registered charges and discharge
  • Legal rent charges
  • Searches
  • Inspection and copying of land registry records
  • Death of registered proprietor
  • Individual insolvency
  • Adverse possession
  • Statutory vestings
  • Easements and profits; prescription and abandonment
Trusts of land, charities and particular proprietors
  • Trusts of land and settled land
  • Charities
  • Companies
  • The crown and the duchies
  • Particular proprietors
Protected interests
  • Notices
  • Cautions against dealings
  • Restrictions
  • Matrimonial homes
Rectification, indemnity: determination of disputes
  • Alteration of the register
  • Indemnity
  • Objections and determination of disputes
Appendices
  • Land Registration Act 2002
  • Land Registration Act 1925 (so far as needed for transitional provisions)
  • Land Registration Rules 2003 and other general rules and orders
  • Fee Order
  • Land Registry Guidance and advisory material
  • Land Registry notices (Electronic services, etc.)
 

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