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Land Registration Act 2002

Section 106: Incidental powers: companies

169.Section 106 enables the registrar, if he considers it expedient, to do so in connection with the specified functions to form, or participate in the formation of, or purchase or invest in, a company. The specified functions are providing:

  • historical information (section 69(3)(a))

  • the Land Registry Network (section 92(1))

  • an electronic settlements system (section 94)

  • consultancy and advisory services (section 105 (1))

  • education and training in relation to the use of the Land Registry Network (schedule 5 paragraph 10).

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