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If a landowner grants a lease over garden for 70 month's to her neighbour. What type of interest is this. Is there an easement here?
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If a landowner grants a lease over garden for 70 month's to her neighbour. What type of interest is this. Is there an easement here?
No. If it's a lease it can't be an easement.

The lease could be legal or equitable depending on how it was created.
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No. If it's a lease it can't be an easement.

The lease could be legal or equitable depending on how it was created.
Thank you! Also, If the lease is granted but not visible in the register of title is this an overriding interest?
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Thank you! Also, If the lease is granted but not visible in the register of title is this an overriding interest?
It could be. Look at schedule 3, para 1 first (legal lease not exceeding 7 years) and maybe consider schedule 3, para 2 if the tenant is in occupation if para 1 doesn't apply.

Here's a link (below) to a YouTube video series on Schedule 3, para 2 which you may find helpful

Lectures on LRA 2002, Sch 3, para 2 (interests which override)
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It could be. Look at schedule 3, para 1 first (legal lease not exceeding 7 years) and maybe consider schedule 3, para 2 if the tenant is in occupation if para 1 doesn't apply.

Here's a link (below) to a YouTube video series on Schedule 3, para 2 which you may find helpful

Lectures on LRA 2002, Sch 3, para 2 (interests which override)
p.s. Here's something on how you work out whether the lease is legal or equitable

YouTube video legal or equitable examples?
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