A person applying for either first registration or registration of a registrable disposition must provide the registrar1 with information as to certain overriding interests which affect the estate. The Land Registration Act 2002 lists separately those interests that override first registration and those that override registered dispositions2.
The provision of this information will enable the interests to be noted on the register and they will, as a result, lose their overriding status. This disclosure obligation relates only to interests within the actual knowledge of the applicant; and does not extend to, for example:
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