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i don't understand my land law assignment at all, it's due next friday.

"By reference to detailed case authority, critically analyse the means by which third party interests in unregistered land are protected."

i'm most confused about the third party rights - what is a third party right exactly? i don't know if i should write about the titleholder, owner, etc and there's limited information on unregistered land in general.
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I'm also a UOB student and I am twice as confused with this as there is so little to talk about, just as little as case laws in regards to unregulated land, however if you no one responds and you're unable to get any help, id suggest just talk about notice, trust interest involved, land charges e.t.c wish you the best !
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i don't understand my land law assignment at all, it's due next friday.

"By reference to detailed case authority, critically analyse the means by which third party interests in unregistered land are protected."

i'm most confused about the third party rights - what is a third party right exactly? i don't know if i should write about the titleholder, owner, etc and there's limited information on unregistered land in general.
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A 'third party right' is a right over the land which has been acquired by a non-legal owner. For example, if you grant a right of way over your garden to your neighbour, the neighbour will have an easement (which is an example of a third party right). Restrictive covenants are a further example of 'third party rights'. These rights are 'vulnerable' when the land changes ownership and the issue is whether the third party rights (your neighbour's right of way over your garden, in my example) can be enforced against the new owner of the land. In other words, if you sold your property; can the new owner prevent your neighbour from exercising his 'right' he aquired when you were the owner of the property?

In relation to unregistered title, you need to discuss the Land Charges legislation and the doctrine of notice. Now you know what you are looking for; you will find lots of cases!

I hope this has given you some ideas. Good luck with the assignment.

Amanda Grant a.k.a. Bistesizelaw (private property law tutor)
(Original post by s.a.26.00)
i don't understand my land law assignment at all, it's due next friday.

"By reference to detailed case authority, critically analyse the means by which third party interests in unregistered land are protected."

i'm most confused about the third party rights - what is a third party right exactly? i don't know if i should write about the titleholder, owner, etc and there's limited information on unregistered land in general.
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