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Mere equities and third parties in leasehold law

By Mark Pawlowski and James Brown

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Examines the concept of a "mere equity" in the context of the Land Registration Act 2002 s.116(b). Considers, by reference to case law, the nature and status of a mere equity and equities coming within the category of equitable rights binding third parties, including a landlord's right to rectification of a lease, the right to set aside a lease and a tenant's right to relief against forfeiture of a lease. Comments on the extent to which s.116(b) requires a mere equity to be more than just procedural and to be an equitable proprietary right capable of binding successors in title

Topics: K1, KD
Publisher: Sweet & Maxwell
Year: 2010
OAI identifier: oai:gala.gre.ac.uk:3490
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