Absolute leasehold title

The best form of title to registered leasehold ( www.practicallaw.com/7-381-1197) land. Registration with this title vests in the proprietor the possession of the leasehold interest with all rights and privileges attached but subject to:

  • Interests entered on the register. These will be in the form of charges, notices and restrictions. Cautions and inhibitions are no longer available under the Land Registration Act 2002 (LRA).

  • Unregistered interests that override first registration (see Overriding interests ( www.practicallaw.com/A36603)).

  • Interests acquired under the Limitation Act 1980 of which the proprietor has notice. Notice includes matters discoverable by inspection and reasonable enquiry.

  • All implied and express covenants ( www.practicallaw.com/A34765), obligations and liabilities incident to the registered land.

(Section 12(4)(a), LRA.)

{ "siteName" : "PLC", "objType" : "PLC_Doc_C", "objID" : "1247245072859", "objName" : "Absolute leasehold title", "userID" : "2", "objUrl" : "http://uk.practicallaw.com/cs/Satellite/resource/3-107-5818?null", "pageType" : "Resource", "academicUserID" : "", "contentAccessed" : "true", "analyticsPermCookie" : "2-3b01f5d1:15b0b2dd987:-3c09", "analyticsSessionCookie" : "2-3b01f5d1:15b0b2dd987:-3c08", "statisticSensorPath" : "http://analytics.practicallaw.com/sensor/statistic" }