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The interest of the parents under the trust can take effect only in equity. Assuming that:
the property being purchased is registered land
the legal ownership is to be taken in the name of the son or daughter alone
a charge by way of legal mortgage over the legal estate in the property is to be granted to the mortgage lender, and
the charge and the deed of trust are both to be executed at the time of purchase of the property
it is highly unlikely that there is any significant risk to the lender.
The disposition of the legal estate effected by the grant of the legal charge will overreach the trust of land pursuant to which the undivided shares are held. This is so despite the fact that the parents share is greater than that of the legal owner. Overreaching arises out of and is a corollary of
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