unregistered land

unregistered land

land the title to which is not subject to the Land Registration Acts; in such a case the title is manifested by deeds covering transactions affecting the land over the period of title (since 1969,15 years). See LAND CERTIFICATE.
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Lands, Housing and Planning executive Edward Nyale on Saturday said the county government was losing millions of shillings in unpaid rates for unregistered land.
In the application, Josie claimed that she is the owner of the said unregistered land by virtue of a deed of absolute sale.
Eighteen of the borough's biggest flytipping sites on either privately-owned or unregistered land have been nominated by local councillors.
45am on Monday, two brand new unregistered Land Rovers were taken, one the Evoke model in black and the other a silver coloured Discovery.
The Israeli occupation often seizes unregistered land and declares in "state land", a process that is unfortunately common seeing as 70% of land in the West Bank is unregistered according to the World Bank.
Two laws in post-independence Sudan strengthened the state's control over land: the Unregistered Land Act (1970) and the Civil Transaction Act (1984).
Registered land, especially in urban areas, is more expensive than unregistered land, which is not allowed to be built on.
51) See UK Law Commission & HM Land Registry, Land Registration for the Twenty-First Century: A Conveyancing Revolution (London, UK: Stationary Office, 2001) ("[a]s a general principle, the doctrine of notice, which still has a residual role in relation to the priority of certain interests in unregistered land, has no application whatever in determining the priority of interests in registered land" at para 5.
Of equal interest is what this new systems means for unregistered land - of which we have a proportion in Kirklees.
It covers the definition of land, the transfer and creation of rights in land, the 1925 legislation and the transfer of rights in unregistered land, the registration of title, the informal creation of rights in land, proprietary estoppel, licenses, co-ownership and trusts, easements, covenants, mortgages, leases, and adverse possession.
He said: "Prior to 1974 in Cardiff and 1978 in the Vale of Glamorgan all sales and purchases of land and property were related to unregistered land.
The NUP leader further said that the government's misuse of the unregistered land law has interfered with the traditional landownership system (Hakoura) leading to tribal strife.