Settled Land in UK Law
Books & Journal Articles
Conveyancing And The Property Acts Of 1925
...... and enforceability of contracts for the sale of land are frequently before the courts, but ordinarily they raise ... obtaining, the so-called strict settlement under the Settled Land Act, 1925, and the trust for sale? As the result ......
REGISTERED CONVEYANCING AND THE LAND LAW
...... The Settled Land Act is, of course, applicable to registered land in eo far as it is not inconmetent. The overreaching principle8 of the ......
...... 122 Indictments Act 1915, s. 5 (3) Land Registration Act 1925, 8. 70 (1) (g) Law Reform (Contributory ... 16 s. 25 (2) 6. 47 Settled Land Act 1925 State Immunity Act 1978 Theft Act 1968, s. 16 ......
Deviations From The Terms of A Trust
...... has been used to authorise the sale of chattels settled on trusts which prevent the sale of land where a ......
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Law Firm Commentaries
The Tesco v. High Peak case: a timely reminder of the impact of competition law on restrictions in land agreements
Well advised property investors and developers will be aware of the interplay between competition law and land agreements and will note with interest the recent case of Tesco v. High Peak. In this .........Whilst the case settled before trial, it still illustrated the potential for competition law to open up a new avenue of disputes which could work to the advantage of those ......
Registration Of Manorial Mineral Rights Under Former Copyhold Land
......The first step is to establish what rights, if any, exist and are documented. This requires:. a brief review of the Settled Land Act vesting deeds for the Estate to see if any manors are listed; an investigation at the public records office at Kew or online to see if ......
Investment in UK Real Estate - Considerations for overseas investors
There are no controls on foreign ownership or occupation of UK real estate. As a result the UK market continues to benefit from large amounts of overseas investment, attracted by its settled legal ......... from large amounts of overseas investment, attracted by its settled legal and planning system and prospects for capital and rental growth. In ... jurisdictions a leaseholder in England and Wales holds an interest in land (as with freehold ownership) as opposed to enjoying merely a contractual ......
Rural Update - Spring 2012
...... held that, contrary to HMRC guidance, although the farmhouse and the land had to be in common occupation, common ownership was not a requirement for ...This requires:. a brief review of the Settled Land Act vesting deeds for the Estate to see if any manors are listed; an ......
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