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Land Registration Act 2002

Section 75: Production of documents

123.Although unresolved contested applications must be referred to the adjudicator, there will be many instances of proceedings before the registrar, such as the examination of the title deeds supporting a first registration application. Section 75 enables the registrar, subject to rules, to require a person to produce a document for the purposes of those proceedings. Such a requirement, as now, is to be enforceable as if it were a court order. This section includes a right to appeal to the county court in respect of the registrar’s requirement.

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