This Act makes provision for the registration of titles in land. The 164 articles are divided into 20 Parts: Preliminary (I); Administration (II); Commissioners of Title (III); First Registration - A. Registration areas, B. Areas other than registration areas, C. General (IV); The Register (V); Title of Registered Proprietors (VI); Certificate of Title (VII); Transfers (VIII); Mortgages and Charges (IX); Leases (X); Transmission (XI), Acquisition of Title by Adverse Possession (XII); Easements, Restrictive Covenants and Other Rights and Interests (XIII); Trusts (XIV); Judgments and Writs (XV); Caveats and Prohibitions (XVI); Assurance Fund and Compensation (XVII); General Provisions (XVIII); Miscellaneous Provisions (XIX); Rules, Forms, Fees, etc. (XX). The First Schedule contains a number of forms, the Second Schedule deals with fees.
Implemented by: Land Registry (Registration Areas) Order. (1973)
Implemented by: Land Registry Rules. (1973)
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