The transferees of land registered themselves as first registered proprietors of land including two narrow strips of woodland. The court had found that the strips in fact belonged to a neighbour who had acquired title by adverse possession.
Held: A landowner may have sufficient standing to sue the registered proprietor of land for trespass even without seeking rectification of the register because it is the true owner and has a better right to possession. The 1925 Act allowed for rectification of the registers.
 2 Ch 156,  LJ Ch 405,  LT 546
England and Wales
Cited – Malory Enterprises Ltd v Cheshire Homes (UK) Ltd and others CA 22-Feb-2002
The applicant said that its land had been misappropriated, and sought rectification of the register against the respondent who was a successor in title having bought the land from the wrongdoer.
Held: On registration, section 69 operated to . .
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Updated: 29 April 2022; Ref: scu.183013