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Wolstenholme & Cherry provides section-by-section guidance on how the Land Registration Act 22 works in practice. It includes the full text of the Act and Land Registration Rules 23 with section-by-section annotations making clear the impact of each part of the new legislation. In addition the work includes the fully annotated text of the parts of the Land Registration Act 1925 retained under the transitional provisions, as well as the full text of the Act at the back of the work. * Offers complete guidance to the new legal principles behind the Act * Provides full statutory material * Contains detailed annotation * Includes extensive cross-referencing * Provides all the new Land Registry FormsCONTENTS * Foreword by Lord Millett * Preface * Biographical note about Wolstenholme and Cherry * Table of cases * Table of statutes * Table of statutory instruments * List of abbreviations employed * Land Registration in the twenty-first century: the statutory framework * The objectives and principal provisions of the Land Registration Act 22 * Land Registration Act 22 and annotations * Land Registration Act 1925 (parts retained under transitional provisions, together with annotations) * Land Registration Rules 23 * Other relevant rules * AppendixREVIEWS ...this is a comprehensive and well edited text, from an academic and practitioners point of view. Its layout is clear, its coverage extensive and the indexing excellent. - New Law Journal ...it is likely to become essential reading for any practitioner engaged in practical application of the new Act. - New Law Journal Its core strength lies in its very detail, which together with succinct and accessible annotation, provides an invaluable resource in understanding the new legislation and its complexity. - New Law Journal