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Wontner's Guide to Land Registry Practice the well-respected practical guide is now in its 22nd edition and contains even more information and advice than over before.
The work explains the underlying principles of the law and provides clear guidance on all aspects of land registration and as well as detailing the services available from the Land Registry. It takes practitioners through practice and procedure, offering practical tips and advice to assist with their clay-today dealings with the Land Registry and reduce the risk of rejected applications and requisitions.
Wontner's covers the significant changes introduced by the Land Registration (Amendment) Rules 2008 as well as providing an update on other key areas of land registration taw and practice including stamp duty land tax, adverse possession, execution of deeds, easements and insolvency. 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.
This edition includes details of the new 'triggers' for compulsory first registration introduced by the Land Registration Act 2002 (Amendment) Dieter 2006, provides a detailed overview of legal and equitable estates and interests in relation to registered land, including the protection of third party interests, and updates readers on recent case law. Wontner's also features a new 'practical tips' section at the end of each chapter and appendices contain useful supplemental material including the new Land Registration Fee Order 2009 and up to data versions of all the standard forms of restriction and prescribed clauses for leases.