Land Registration, Easements and Overriding Interests


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Authors
Dixon, MJ 
Abstract

This considers the circumstances in which an easement by estoppel may take priority over a purchaser of the burdened land. It makes the point that such equitable easments are dififcult to fit into the land registration system, as evidenced by the discussion in Sweet v Sommer [2005] EWCA Civ 227; [2005] 2 All E.R. 64 (Note) (CA (Civ Div)).

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Keywords
Proprietary estoppel, Equitable interests, Implied easements, Land registration, Overriding interests, rights of way
Journal Title
Conveyancer and Property Lawyer
Conference Name
Journal ISSN
1556-5068
1556-5068
Volume Title
545
Publisher
Sweet and Maxwell