The Land Registration Act 2002 governs the registration of land and creates a framework for managing rights and interests in land. Although it is now compulsory to register sales of land, there are still some titles which are unregistered. Many disputes concerning property law involve issues relating to Land Registration or title to Unregistered Land.
As one of the UK’s leading property law chambers, members of Tanfield have been involved in some of the highest profile disputes concerning Land Registration and Unregistered Land.
Whether advising on priorities, notices, unprotected and overriding interests, alteration of the register, rectification of title, fraudulent dispositions or indemnities, barristers at Tanfield are known for their expertise as well as their commercial approach. Drawing on expertise in associated disciplines, such as Commercial Disputes, Banking & Mortgages, Private Client and all aspects of Real Property and Landlord & Tenant, barristers represent clients at all levels in the Courts and Tribunals.
Tanfield’s has an enviable reputation for Real Property work. Its clients include leading specialist law firms, as well as both large and small landowners, property developers and commercial organisations.