- A voidable disposition is not a mistake for the purposes of altering the register (NRAM v Evans)
- Original news
- What are the practical implications of this case?
- What is the law in this area?
- What did the Court of Appeal decide?
- Why had there not been a mistake?
- So why could the register still be altered?
- What were the consequences of these findings?
- Case details
Property analysis: The Court of Appeal confirmed that the registration of a voidable disposition, before it is rescinded, is not a mistake justifying alteration of the register. However, the register could be brought up to date once the voidable disposition had been rescinded.
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