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Land Registration Act 2002

Costs in non-rectification cases

236.Paragraph 9 gives the registrar power to pay such costs as he sees fit in cases where the register is altered by him, whether that alteration occurs through his own initiative or as a result of a court order served on him. The registrar can pay those costs if he consented to the costs being incurred in advance or one of two other situations have arisen. The first is that he has given retrospective consent to those costs. The second is when those costs were incurred urgently and it was not reasonably practical for his consent to be sought.

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