Commentary

29 Registration of commonholds

COMMONHOLD vol 8(1)
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29 Registration of commonholds

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3: REGISTRATION AND ITS EFFECT

29 Registration of commonholds

It is registration at the Land Registry which constitutes a commonhold. The effect of registration may be to constitute the commonhold fully, or the commonhold may be constituted in two stages. The commonhold will be constituted fully on registration where the application includes a statement of the units and unit-holders, as when an existing leasehold development is converted to commonhold1.

Normally, in the case of a new development, none of the units will have individual owners at the time that the commonhold is registered, and the commonhold will only come completely into being

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