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Land Registration Act 2002

Schedule 10: Miscellaneous and General Powers

291.This Schedule contains specific rule-making powers in respect of: dealings with estates subject to compulsory first registration; title matters between sellers and buyers; implied covenants; land certificates; form, content and service of notices; applications; and statutory statements required under any enactment to be included in an instrument effecting a registrable disposition or a disposition which triggers the requirement of registration. It also contains a residual power to make any other provision which it is expedient to make for the purpose of carrying the Act into effect. This residual power follows in the foot steps of section 144 (1) (xxxi) of the Land Registration Act 1925.

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