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Land Registration Act 2002

Section 36: Cancellation of unilateral notices

79.Unilateral notices may be entered without the registered proprietor’s consent. This section therefore provides that an affected proprietor or person entitled to be registered as proprietor of the affected estate or charge may apply for cancellation of a unilateral notice. The beneficiary of the notice will be entitled to object under the general right conferred by the Act to such an application to the registrar. If the matter cannot be disposed of by agreement, it must be referred to the adjudicator.

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