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Land Registration etc. (Scotland) Act 2012

Section 32: References to certain entries in Register of Inhibitions

103.This section makes provision for what the Keeper must do when an application to register a deed has been accepted but the validity of the deed may be affected by an entry in the Register of Inhibitions. In these circumstances, after the Keeper has accepted the application, a reference to the entry in the Register of Inhibitions must be entered in the title sheet. Subsection (3) provides two exceptions: (a) for notices of land attachments; and (b) for notices of actions of reduction (used to enforce inhibitions). This is because other enactments already provide for these notices to enter the Land Register by registration.

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