Under the Land Registration Act 2002, no period of limitation1 is to run against any person, other than a chargee, in relation to an estate in land the title to which is registered2, and accordingly, where a period of limitation does not run against a person, his title is not extinguished3.
A person may apply to the registrar to be registered as the proprietor of a registered estate in land if he has been in adverse possession of the estate for the period of ten years ending on the date of the application4. Notice of such an application must be
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