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banned6y, 7m agoPosted 6 years, 7 months ago
sum up unregistered land for me. Got an exam tomorrow morning so help would be appreciated.
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banned6y, 7m agoPosted 6 years, 7 months ago
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1 Like #1
Exam in what?
As I am doing a law degree, and if you are as well I hope you do actually know what it is!

Definition of Unregistered Land: Land that is not registered on the Land Registry and relies upon the history of title deeds. Since the Land Registration Act 2002 it has left very little unregistered land though.
banned#2
Land law, the question includes unregistered land, co ownership, and covenants.
banned#3
This site is (if it wasn't already) rapidly becoming the go to resource for exam and essay cheats.
#4
ilovehalo1234
Land law, the question includes unregistered land, co ownership, and covenants.


I have Land Law but not until the 20th. But I learnt the difference in my first term in my first year of degree.
banned#5
awoodhall2003
I have Land Law but not until the 20th. But I learnt the difference in my first term in my first year of degree.


Yeh, just finding it kind of confusing. I know the differnece just wondered if it could be summed up for revision as i have been off with a broken leg.
banned#6
master_chief
This site is (if it wasn't already) rapidly becoming the go to resource for exam and essay cheats.


+1 Schools and Universities should start doing courses in google as most people haven't got the intelligence to use it
banned#7
Paddy Charlie
+1 Schools and Universities should start doing courses in google as most people haven't got the intelligence to use it


I wonder if anybody has ever referenced HUKD in their work?
#8
ilovehalo1234
Yeh, just finding it kind of confusing. I know the differnece just wondered if it could be summed up for revision as i have been off with a broken leg.


I bet your dog ate your notes too.
banned#9
Goonieman
I bet your dog ate your notes too.


Yeh, because i had the problem with the leg i was unable to stop him unfortunately
#10
ilovehalo1234
Yeh, because i had the problem with the leg i was unable to stop him unfortunately


:-D
banned#11
Could anyone also sum up co-ownership and covenants please
#12
jeez guys stop being so harsh. help a brother out.

Unregistered land is land which is not registered with HM Land Registry. This means that the property will not have a Title Register or Title Plan filed at HMLR.

The Land Charges register maintains a record of restrictive covenants, rights and mortgages relating to unregistered land. These are registered against the name of the land owner at the time the entry was made.

I dont even do a law a degree and i can tell him that. C'mon awoodhall, if you do a law degree like you say you do, give him some guidance eh?
#13
awoodhall2003
I have Land Law but not until the 20th. But I learnt the difference in my first term in my first year of degree.


I cant stand people who think that just because they do a law degree they know it all. Or that doing a law degree makes them smarter than everybody else. I do a law degree and if someone asked me i would help, instead of bragging that i know it and they dont. However i dont do land so sorry, i cant help.
#14
ilovehalo1234
Could anyone also sum up co-ownership and covenants please


http://www.wikipedia.org/

Works for me. :thumbsup:
1 Like #15
The mind boggles at the thought that these topics could be summed up in a single post.
It is the equivalent of summing up a whole years work in one paragraph.
You need to know cases for the exam that illustrate each of these aspects, that is the only way to get decent marks in a law exam. Spend this evening learning the main restrictive covenant cases - Halsall v Brizell, Tulk v Moxhay and work out where the benefit and burden of covenants lie.
Co-ownership questions are usually about tenants in common and joint tenants - good summary here on http://www.netlawman.co.uk/info/co-ownership-property.php
You need to get a basic book from the library and read through your lecture notes

PS. Watch out for the wikipedia links because they often refer to the Amercian system and not ours.
1 Like #16
I'm also 'unfortunately' (I hate it) a law student

Here's stuff you may find useful for Land Law:

Co-Ownership: There are two types: Tenancy in Common and Joint Tenancy.

The Basics:
Joint Tenancy
This is where the owners are not regarded as having separate shares in the property. In this case, the owners are considered to be one legal entity, both in law and in equity.

However, there are four key points that you must know if you want to determine whether a co-ownership is joint tenancy. These four things must exist:
Possession – owners must be equally entitled to the possession of all the land (Bull v Bull).
Interest – each owners interest must be the same, i.e. in duration nature and extent
Title - the owners must have acquired their interest through the same document
Time – the owners must have acquired their interest at the same time

Co-Ownership
Tenants in common allows the parties to have separate shares of the property in equity. This may be assumed where the parties have contributed differently to the purchase price


Unfortunately, I am currently studying for a Company law exam and thus, can't offer an indepth tutorial on how to pass Land law lol
However, if you use the above information, you should be able to blag the rest using your common sense - and don't forget to stick some case law in there too (Bull v Bull etc)

Hope that helps and good luck
banned#17
afterlectures


However, if you use the above information, you should be able to blag the rest using your common sense - and don't forget to stick some case law in there too (Bull v Bull etc)

Hope that helps and good luck


Blag. Story of my degree
#18
robappleby89
I cant stand people who think that just because they do a law degree they know it all. Or that doing a law degree makes them smarter than everybody else. I do a law degree and if someone asked me i would help, instead of bragging that i know it and they dont. However i dont do land so sorry, i cant help.


Where did I state it meant I know it all? Or that I am smarter then anyone else?
I helped the guy with his question and told him what it was, furthermore, I was stating that I also do Law and that I covered those topics in my first year. Nothing more, nothing less.

Trust me I know I am not smarter then a lot of people, nor was I bragging, most people who are regulars on here know what I am studying, likewise I know what some people do for jobs or what they are also studying.

I bet if I had stated oh I do a Business Degree you wouldn't have taken the same approach, thus it is you who has pigeon-holed me. :thumbsup:
#19
awoodhall2003
learnt the difference in my first term in my first year of degree.


I'm with this robappleby here, you were taking the ****. Patience and afterlectures on the other hand offered friendly, helpful advice. Good job guys. Rep for them, none for you
1 Like #20
Mike1989
I'm with this robappleby here, you were taking the ****. Patience and afterlectures on the other hand offered friendly, helpful advice. Good job guys. Rep for them, none for you


Take it how you will...try not to misquote though. The regulars now I'm a nice guy and wouldn't do that...

Either way regardless of the OPs situation he have done more work then the day before for an exam, even if at least a couple of days. Then the OP will respond with well I broke my leg...that is what deferrals are for.
#21
awoodhall2003
Take it how you will...try not to misquote though. The regulars now I'm a nice guy and wouldn't do that...

Either way regardless of the OPs situation he have done more work then the day before for an exam, even if at least a couple of days. Then the OP will respond with well I broke my leg...that is what deferrals are for.


stop trying to make yourself feel better. he's in trouble, he asked for help. he asked for it politely. so help the poor ******* out
[mod]#22
Mike1989
Cut out the swearing
#23
andywedge
Mike1989
Cut out the swearing


yes sir, sorry sir
banned#24
andywedge
Mike1989
Cut out the swearing


Shut up Andywedge. No one likes you
[mod]#25
sum up unregistered land for me. Got an exam tomorrow morning so help would be appreciated.


Maybe your other ID could sit the exam for you.

Good luck anyway, whichever of you sits it
#26
andywedge
Maybe your other ID could sit the exam for you.

Good luck anyway, whichever of you sits it


Mr Wedge you are on a roll!
#27
ilovehalo1234;8524662
Shut up Andywedge. No one likes you


I like andy :-D

haha.......bye bye :p
#28
ilovehalo1234
Shut up Andywedge. No one likes you


I like him. Enjoy your ban :)
#29
Can someone please sum up multis and banned?
[mod]#30
awoodhall2003
Can someone please sum up multis and banned?


Multi[B]ple IDs are not allowed and will be banned (ie never to return)
The original ID will receive infraction points which normally leads to a suspension. This can be anything from 1 day to 1 month depending upon the volume of IDs created (but will return after the suspension
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#31
Suprised you don't name and shame multi's.

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