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Land Registration Manual 3rd ed


ISBN13: 9780854902491
Previous Edition ISBN: 9780854901296
Published: June 2018
Publisher: Wildy, Simmonds and Hill Publishing
Country of Publication: UK
Format: Paperback
Price: £49.00



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Written by an author who has extensive experience in private practice, the Land Registry, and the academic sector, Land Registration Manual is an authoritative source of technical and practical advice on all matters relating to registered land and interests affecting it.

The book’s alphabetical (A to Z) approach allows practitioners to focus on the specific topic they are dealing with, knowing that the book will provide useful background commentary, along with clear guidance on the form and content of relevant Land Registry applications specific to that topic. The topics are geared to aspects of day–to-day practice rather than academic areas of law – making the book more accessible and more relevant to the needs of busy practitioners.

Fully updated to take account of all the changes in land registration law and practice, including those introduced by the Land Registration (Amendment) Rules 2018, Land Registration Manual covers not only the usual subjects, but also many less frequently encountered topics which are often not covered elsewhere. Thus, its coverage extends not only from transfers to leases, but from bare trusts to franchises; options to powers of attorney; and chancel repair to embankments and sea walls. Each topic contains accurate commentary to aid understanding and provides clear guidance on the relevant applications which may need to be made to complete a transaction or protect a client’s interests.

The book also contains all the current versions of the standard form restrictions and the prescribed lease clauses, along with a list of Land Registry forms and other useful information, making Land Registration Manual an invaluable ‘one-stop’ source of guidance for busy practitioners of all levels of experience. It will enable them to research topics and deal with matters quickly, efficiently and effectively.

Subjects:
Conveyancing, Property Law, Wildy, Simmonds and Hill
Contents:
Preface;
Glossary of Terms and Author’s Note;

Access to neighbouring land orders;
Accretion and diluvion;
Address for service
Administrators of a company;
Administrative receivers;
Adverse possession;
Advowsons;
Agreement for lease;
Agreement for mortgage;
Agreement to pay further consideration;
Airspace;
Alteration of the Register;
Amalgamation of registered titles;
Annuities;
Applications to HM Land Registry;
Assents;
Assets of community value;

Bankruptcy
Bare trusts;
Bona vacantia and escheat;
Boundaries;
Bulk Applications;

Cautions against conversion;
Cautions against dealings;
Cautions against first registration;
Chancel repair;
Change of gender resulting in a change of name;
Change of name;
Charging orders;
Charities;
Church of England;
Classes of title
Coal ;
Collective enfranchisement
Commonhold;
Commons;
Companies;
Compulsory purchase;
Constructive, resulting and other implied trusts;
Contracts for sale (including sub-sale);
Conveyancers;
Copyhold;
Correction of mistakes in an application or accompanying document;
Costs
Credit unions;

Day list;
Death of applicant for registration;
Death of a registered proprietor;
Debentures;
Deeds amending dispositions of registered titles;
Developing estates;
Demesne land;
Developing schemes;
Disputes;
Division of registered titles;

Electronic services;
Embankments or sea or river walls;
Enlargement of long leases;
Equitable charges;
Equitable easements;
Equitable interests;
Estate, right or interest;
European Economic Interest Groupings;
European Groupings of Territorial Co-operation;
Exclusive use;

Fees;
First registration;
Floating charges;
Flying freeholds;
Foreign law
Foreshore;
Forms;
Franchises
Fraud or forgery;
Freezing orders, restraint orders and interim receiving orders
Friendly societies;

Gifts;

Historical information
Home rights;
Housing action trusts;
Housing associations;

Identity evidence;
Implied covenants;
Indemnity;
Indemnity covenants;
Individual voluntary arrangements;
Inheritance tax
Inhibitions;
Internal waters

Joint proprietors;

Land Registry;
Land Registry Act 1862;
Leasehold enfranchisement;
Leases;
Legal aid;
Legal charges;
Legal easements;
Legal estates;
Legal interests;
Licenses;
Limited liability partnerships;
Limited owner’s charge;
Limited partnerships;
Liquidators;
Local land charges;
Lost or destroyed title deeds;

Manors;
Mental incapacity;
Mere equities;
Mines and minerals;
Minors;
Mortgage cautions;

Notices;
Notices of deposit;

Official copies and inspection;
Official searches;
Official searches of the index;
Options;
Overreaching;
Overriding interests;
Overseas insolvency proceedings;

Partnerships;
Party Wall etc Act 1996;
Pending land actions;
Personal representatives;
Plans;
Positive covenants;
Powers of attorney;
Priorities;
Profits à prendre;
Proper office;
Property adjustment orders;
Proprietary estoppel;
Public authority certificates of title;
Public-private partnership leases relating to transport in London;

Receivers appointed under the Law of Property Act 1925;
Receivers appointed by order of the court;
Rectification;
Registered social landlords and private registered providers
Registered societies;
Rentcharges;
Requisition, rejection and cancellation policy;
Restrictions;
Restrictive covenants;
Retention, destruction and return of documents;
Right to buy and right to acquire under the Housing Acts;
Right to manage companies;
Rights of light and air;
Rights of pre-emption;
Rights of reverter;

Sequestrators;
Settlements;
Severance of a beneficial joint tenancy;
Shared ownership leases;
Souvenir land;
Special powers of appointment;
Sporting rights;
Statements of truth;
Stamp duty land tax;
Statutory charges;
Statutory vesting;
Subrogation;

Time share;
Title information document;
Town or village greens;
Transfers;
Tribunal;
Trusts of land;

Unincorporated associations;
Upgrade of class of title;

Vendor’s liens;

Writs or orders affecting land;

Appendices
I HM Land Registry Offices;
II List of Forms;
III Land Registration Rules 2003, Schedule 1A: Prescribed Clauses LR1 to LR14;
IV Land Registration Rules 2003, Schedule 4: Standard Forms of Restriction;
V Land Registration Rules 2003, Schedule 3: Forms Referred to in Rule 206;
VI Land Registration Rules 2003, Schedule 9: Forms of Execution;