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Land Registration Act 2002

Section 34: Entry on application

77.This section provides that a person claiming to have the benefit of an interest capable of being the subject of a notice may, subject to rules, apply to the registrar for entry of an agreed or a unilateral notice in respect of the interest. The section sets out the circumstances in which the registrar may approve an application for an agreed notice. The first two are cases where the relevant registered proprietor consents to entry of the notice. The third would, for example, cover where the applicant could establish to the registrar’s satisfaction that the registered proprietor had granted him or her an easement.

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