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  1. Discuss using case law what changes the Land Registration Act 2002 has made to actual occupation or to the receipt of profits from the Land Registration Act 1925 s.70(1)(g).

    Once registered, the Land Registry guarantees the accuracy of the registration of title. A title information document is issued with an official copy of the Register and an official copy of the title plan. These documents have no legal effect. It is the official entry on the register that records ownership.2 The Land Charges Register and the doctrine of notices are irrelevant to registered land. Acc to sec27(1)3Legal titles does not from vendor to purchaser with conveyance or transfer, the purchaser only becomes the legal proprietor when the disposition is registered at the land registry.

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  2. Implementation of Enterprise system at Dyson

    For successful implementation of ERP system it is essential that some experienced personnel monitoring the activity identify the requirements for change. A suitable CBA would help. A report is attached for the careful consideration of the managing director of Dyson. Which mainly focus on enterprise system, enterprise resource planning, core processes and its key issues and future implications. CONTENTS INTRODUCTION.....................................................................PAGE 4 ORGANZIING AND MANAGING KEY RESOURCES........................PAGE 5 5.1 Data........................................................................ 5.2 Information............................................................... 5.3 Knowledge............................................................... 5.4 Core processes........................................................... 5.5 Higher level information needs........................................

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  3. Trademarks and Passing Off

    In order to succeed in an action for passing off the claimant (Glamix) must establish: '(i) that the claimant has 'goodwill', (ii) the defendant made a 'misrepresentation' that is likely to deceive the public', and (iii) the misrepresentation damages the goodwill of the claimant.'8 Glamix is required to show that each of elements of the classic trinity existed at the time they suspect the passing off occurred. The first element that needs to be established in a claim for passing off is goodwill.9 Glamix is a trader operating in trade and must demonstrate that they have enough goodwill for their

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  4. property law

    The classic definition of equity as part of English law is that of the legal historian, Maitland1: "We ought to think of Equity as supplementary law, a sort of appendix added on to our code, or a sort of gloss written around out code, an appendix or gloss, which used to be administered in courts specifically designed for the purpose, but which is now administered by the High Court as part of the code." Equity is thus a set of rules, additional to those of the common law, which were not applied by the old common law courts and, until the Judicature Acts 1873-1875, were only applied in the separate Court of Chancery.

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