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Land Registry Adjudication is the new specialist title covering the process of appearing before the Adjudicator to HM Land Registry – the new judicial proceedings established under the provisions of the Land Registration Act 2002.
Written from the viewpoint of the practitioner, this title provides practical advice and guidance for those who find themselves in the midst of, or are contemplating bringing, adjudication proceedings.
Referrals from the Land Registry
Focusing on the adjudication process with particular reference to referrals from the Land Registry, Dominic Crossley’s expert commentary not only guides readers through each procedure and rule in the process but, most importantly, forewarns of the pitfalls and problems that are likely to be encountered along the way, suggesting solutions for each step.
Practitioners in a variety of fields of law may find themselves before the Adjudicator without prior warning as the result of an automatic referral from the Land Registry. As such, the author provides helpful summaries for practitioners working in fields such as easements, adverse possession, boundary disputes and covenants.
Rectification of Documents
Land Registry Adjudication also deals with other situations in which practitioners might find themselves before the Adjudicator, particularly through the rectification of certain categories of document set out in Section 108 of the Land Registration Act 2002.
Unique to Land Registry Adjudication
This brand new title is the only book on Land Registry Adjudication to offer you:
To ensure practitioners have all the tools needed to build a successful case in their hearing, this new title provides useful specimen forms and precedents such as:-
To equip readers with background knowledge of the area, summaries of Adjudicator’s decisions are
provided along with key legislation, for example it includes relevant extracts from:-