Clark and Another v Chief Land Registrar and Another; Chancery Plc v Ketteringham: CA 5 May 1994

A caution gives a right to be notified of an application, but does not give any priority on registration.
Nourse, Kennedy, Roch LJJ
Ind Summary 13-Jun-1994, Times 10-May-1994, [1994] EWCA Civ 12, [1994] Ch 370, [1994] 4 All ER 96, [1995] 1 FLR 212, [1995] Fam Law 132, [1994] 3 WLR 593
Bailii
Charging Orders Act 1979 2(1), Land Registration Act 1925
England and Wales
Citing:
Appeal fromClark and Another v Chief Land Registrar and Another ChD 2-Dec-1992
The defendant had made a mistake resulting in an equitable chargee not being given proper opportunity to object to the registration of a further charge with priority. The chargee sought compensation from the defendant registrar.
Held: The . .

Cited by:
CitedGold Harp Properties Ltd v Macleod and Others CA 29-Jul-2014
gold_harp_macleodCA1407
The company appealed against an order re-instating to the register leases which the company said it had forfeited for non-payment of rent. After the forfeiture, the landlord had granted new leases. It appealed saying that exceptional circumstances . .

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Updated: 09 April 2021; Ref: scu.79181