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    Hi, I have this land law question that I need some help with.

    I have an idea as to the law, but application and understanding is where i'm lacking atm,

    The questions are;


    a) Explain and critically analyse the process under the Land Registration Act 2002 for:

    i) the first registration of registrable estates.

    ii) the registration of interests created by registrable dispositions

    b) Explain how and why other (minor) interests should be protected by registration under the Land Registration Act 2002. P144 notice and restrictions.

    Thanks
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    (Original post by OneLife.OneChance.)
    Hi, I have this land law question that I need some help with.

    I have an idea as to the law, but application and understanding is where i'm lacking atm,

    The questions are;


    a) Explain and critically analyse the process under the Land Registration Act 2002 for:

    i) the first registration of registrable estates.

    ii) the registration of interests created by registrable dispositions

    b) Explain how and why other (minor) interests should be protected by registration under the Land Registration Act 2002. P144 notice and restrictions.

    Thanks
    I'm not sure what you mean by application and understanding--you're not really being asked to apply the law here, so much as summarise and criticise it.

    To begin with, you need to explain the process for first registration, and registration of interests. Then you need to critically analyse each. For the explanation, take a look at the statute itself. I think the second part has the rules for first registration. (Just checked, it does.) Think about how it would apply in hypothetical situations--that should give you an idea of what are its strengths and weaknesses. Apply the same sort of analysis for registration of interests created by registrable dispositions.

    I suggest you look at some journal articles for the critical analysis aspect.

    For part b, think about the minor interests and how effectively they are protected under the LRA 2002. In particular, I'd give some thought to equitable interests and whether restrictions give them enough protection.

    Hope that helps some!
 
 
 
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