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    'The 'mirror' principle, the 'curtain' principle and the 'insurance' principle form the tripod on which the whole English and Welsh system of land registration rests'.Explain, in detail, these three principles.

    4 star(s)

    Good overall. The author has a strong grasp of the legal issues at hand, and the summary of the law on easements is very impressive. The author could do more…

    • Essay length: 2308 words
    • Submitted: 28/01/2005
    • Marked by teacher: (?) Edward Smith 18/03/2012
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    fixtures and chattels-problem questio

    3 star(s)

    Good essay content wise. The author would benefit from a clearer structure as the essay is quite hard to follow. The law on tenant's fixtures is also slightly muddled in…

    • Essay length: 1906 words
    • Submitted: 14/03/2007
    • Marked by teacher: (?) Edward Smith 15/03/2012

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  • 'The Land Registration Act 1925 was not intended to alter the practice of physical inspection, which was to remain subject to doctrine of notice. More recent interpretations fail to recognise this fact'. Discuss

    "Conclusion Thus, from a modern stance, the basic problem with occupation-based overriding interests is that to require purchasers to go beyond what appears on the register and this defeat the purpose with which the LRA 1925 was introduced. Those writing the LRA wished to create a fool-proof system of conveyancing in the mirror principle which states that all interest should be perfectly reflected in the register and any reference to actual occupation is anomalous. However, it can be also be argued that the provision in s70(1)(g) specifically providing for overriding interests except where enquiry is made and those interests are not disclosed never intended to alter the practice of physical inspection. This loophole was left mainly to protect innocent parties who have equitable interests but failed to register them. This form of notice offers a fair and just solution to those parties. (1100 words)"

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