Registered Land - 1994
Registered Land. See also Land.
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This page lists 3 cases, and was prepared on 28 October 2012.
|Mohammed Khurshid Khan CIS/255/89|
|9 Mar 1994
|Benefits, Registered Land
|A notice of deposit which had been lodged at the Land Registry was capable of being an encumbrance on the land for benefits law purposes, despite it not being a formal charge on the land under land law. Capital disregard is for fixed period, the onus to justify discharge lay on Adjudication Officer.|
|Clark and Another -v- Chief Land Registrar and Another; Chancery Plc -v- Ketteringham |
|10 May 1994
|A caution gives a right to be notified of an application, but does not give any priority on registration.|
|Charging Orders Act 1979 2(1)|
|Cutlan -v- Atwell Unreported, 30 November 1994|
|30 Nov 1994
CAPeter Gibson LJ
|The general boundaries rule does not mean that the plan on a transfer may be ignored.|