A Non domino disposition definition

What does A Non domino disposition mean?

A disposition of property granted by a party who has no title to it. This was a legitimate device for making good a lack of title if the grantee occupied the property openly peaceably and without judicial interruption for a period of ten years, following the registration of the a non domino disposition. Since 8 December 2014 with the introduction of the Land Registration etc (Scotland) Act 2012 (LRE(S)A 2012), a party looking to acquire title to land where no owner can be traced must comply with the prescriptive claimant provisions in LRE(S)A 2012, ss 43–45 before submitting an a non domino disposition for registration

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