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A Practical Guide to Land Registry Adjudication expertly deals with the role of, and conduct of hearings, before the Adjudicator to the Land Registry.
With more and more cases being heard by the Adjudicator, this practical guide will offer timely advice to litigants who find themselves involved in such proceedings. The Guide will allow them to find the information they need to know about the Adjudicator’s jurisdiction, the procedural rules, and what to expect from the hearing, easily and quickly.
The book contains a full explanation of the practice and procedure of hearings before the Land Registry Adjudicator, including references, network access appeals and the rectification or setting aside of documents with a number of helpful and practical tips for obtaining the best results. The book contains forewords by the Master of the Rolls, Lord Neuberger of Abbotsbury, and the Adjudicator to HM Land Registry, Edward Cousins.