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The owner of a registered charge, who is the:
registered proprietor, or
person entitled to be registered as the proprietor
can transfer the charge.
The transfer is:
a registrable disposition, and therefore
only takes effect in law on compliance with the registration requirements
On registration, the transferee is entered in the register as proprietor of the charge.
The transfer takes priority over any interest:
affecting the estate immediately before the disposition
whose priority is not protected at the time of registration
The priority of an interest is protected if it:
is a registered charge or the subject of a notice in the register
is an overriding interest within Schedule 3 to the Land Registration Act 2002 (but not if it has been the subject of a notice in the register since the relevant section came into force)
appears from the register to be excepted from the effect of registration
In Skelwith, the High Court decided that the assignee of a registered charge had been entitled to enter into an agreement to sell the relevant property, despite the fact that the assignment of the charge had yet to be registered.
The owner's powers in relation to a registered charge consist of:
power to make a disposition of any kind permitted by the general law in relation to an interest of
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