As a comprehensive reference source for all those concerned with land registration, Ruoff & Roper: Registered Conveyancing is unrivalled. The work covers the whole process of land registration from first registration and upgrading of land through to rectification, indemnity and determination of disputes and is completely up-to-date with the changes brought about by the Land Registration Act 2002 and related rules.
A clear explanation of the law is given, explaining the changes to the legal principles underlying the land registration system and describing in detail the practical, procedural and formal requirements imposed by the new Act and Land Registration Rules 2003.
Different categories of owners of registered land, such as trusts and companies are covered and situations and circumstances that affect registered land, for example matrimonial property, public sector housing and leasehold enfranchisement, are taken fully into account. Plus, should disputes arise, the methods for seeking solutions are examined.
In total, Ruoff and Roper: Registered Conveyancing offers you a definitive and meticulous account of the principles of land registration. Addressing practical issues, it is an indispensable resource.
General Principles. First Registration and Upgrading. Dealings and Transmission. Trusts of Land, Charities & Particular Proprietors. Protected Interests. Rectification, Idemnity: Determination of Disputes. Appendices.