Essays Tagged: "Land registration"

Indefeasible Title and the Torrens System: The Exceptions

f the view that compensation should be available for losses resulting not only from mistakes in the Land Titles Office and forgery, but also from fraud generally and the negligence of third parties, s ... d the negligence of third parties, such as solicitors and surveyors, where neither a mistake in the Land Titles Office nor forgery is involved. ...Currently the Real Property Act. 1900 permits an exce ...

(6 pages) 28 0 4.0 Aug/2009

Subjects: Law & Government Essays > Law

Land registration act 1925 and its influence.

Method of legal transferring of land went through significant changes after the land registration act 1925 which came in to effect s ... a period of time). This change made it impossible to make other forms of transferring ownership of land except transfer behind a trust. All other forms like life estate, fee tail etc...becomes illega ... entry etc..s1 of the property legislation from its introduction has reduced the number of estate in land which are capable of being conveyed or created at law. By introducing these restrictions convey ...

(11 pages) 95 0 2.5 Apr/2003

Subjects: Law & Government Essays > Law

has the system of land registration achieved its aims

Student name:Title: Has the system of land registration achieved its aims? Discuss.Word length: 1735 (including footnotes)In 1925, Parliam ... its aims? Discuss.Word length: 1735 (including footnotes)In 1925, Parliament introduced a system of land title registration, where the title to land across England and Wales would be compiled. The Lan ... e a 'one-stop shop', to eventually eradicate the need for individual title deeds. Subsequently, the Land Registration Act 2002 ('LRA 2002') set out the law of land registration, representing an attemp ...

(8 pages) 3 0 0.0 May/2014

Subjects: Law & Government Essays > Law