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Land Registration Act 2002

Creation of independently registrable legal interest

221.Paragraph 6 relates to the creation of a rentcharge or profit à prendre which is for seven years or more and so therefore capable of registration in its own right. The title to the benefit of the interest must be entered in the register. In addition, the register relating to the landlord’s estate must contain a notice that the registered estate is now subject to the interest.

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