Commentary

22 Conclusiveness of registers

COMMONS vol 6(1)B
| Commentary

22 Conclusiveness of registers

| Commentary

22 Conclusiveness of registers

Registers of common land and town and village greens which are subject to rights of common are conclusive of the matters registered whether entries were made before or after the commencement of the Commons Act 20061.

If land is registered subject to a right, it is deemed to have become subject to the right on its registration even if otherwise there would not have been a right of common2. If the right is registered as attached to land the right will, if it would not otherwise have been attached, be deemed to have become attached on registration3.

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