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Land Registration Act 2002

Section 45: Notifiable applications

91.The purpose of this section is to protect a registered proprietor against the unjustified entry of a restriction against his or her title. The effect of the section is that where a person makes a notifiable application (as set out in the section) for a restriction the registrar must serve notice on the registered proprietor and such other persons as rules may prescribe.

92.A person receiving notice of an application may object to the application under the general right conferred by the Act to object to 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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