Recent case law shows that inaccurate notices at the Land Registry is a predicament the Supreme Court is not yet ready to handle, explains Mark Warwick QCe

Recent case law shows that inaccurate notices at the Land Registry is a predicament the Supreme Court is not yet ready to handle, explains Mark Warwick QCe

The Land Registration Act 2002 has now been in force for over ten years. It has not yet been considered by the highest level of the judiciary. Very recently, the Supreme Court had an opportunity to consider an important aspect of the priority provisions contained within the 2002 Act, namely those relating to unilateral notices.

The opportunity arose because an application had been made for permission to appeal in the case of Bank of Scotland Plc ...

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