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The Housing (Preservation of Right to Buy) Regulations 1993

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9.—(1) An action for breach of statutory duty lies where—

(a)the disponor on a qualifying disposal fails to comply with paragraph 1 (duty to secure inclusion of statement in instrument effecting disposal), or

(b)the landlord on a change of the qualifying dwelling-house fails to comply with paragraph 5(2) or (4) (duty to apply for registration protecting preserved right to buy),

and a qualifying person is deprived of the preserved right to buy by reason of the non-registration of the matters which would have been registered if that duty had been complied with.

(2) If the Chief Land Registrar has to meet a claim under the Land Registration Acts 1925[1925 c. 21.] to 1986[1986 c. 26.] as a result of acting upon—

(a)a certificate given in pursuance of paragraph 2 (certificate of title on first registration),

(b)a statement made in pursuance of paragraph 7 (statements required on disposal on which right to buy ceases to be preserved), or

(c)a certificate given in pursuance of paragraph 8 (certificate that dwelling-house has ceased to be subject to rights under this Part),

the person who gave the certificate or made the statement shall indemnify him.

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