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Publisher: Sweet & Maxwell/Thomson Reuters
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    • Transfer of Land: Trusts of Land, Law Com. No.181 (1989), and Transfer of Land: Overreaching: Beneficiaries in Occupation, Law Com.
    • No.188 (1989), which preceded TLATA; Trustees' Powers and Duties, Law Com. No.260 (Scot. Law Com. No.172) (1999), which preceded TA 2000; and Land Registration for the Twenty-First Century, Law Com. No.271 (2001), which preceded LRA 2002.
    • Black-Clawson International Ltd v Papierwerke Waldhof-Aschaffenburg A.G. [1975] A.C. 591.
    • An expression attributed to Selwyn L.J. by Lindley M.R. in Perrins v Bellamy [1899] 1 Ch. 797 at p.798, and by Lord Lindley in National Trustees Company of Australasia Ltd v General Finance Company of Australasia Ltd [1905] A.C. 373 at p.376. See Target Holdings Ltd v Redferns [1996] 1 A.C. 421 at p.433G.
    • As suggested by Dixon, “Overreaching and the Trusts of Land and Appointment of Trustees Act 1996” [2000] Conv. 267 at p.269; our reply is in Ferris and Battersby, “Overreaching and the Trusts of Land and Appointment of Trustees Act 1996--a Reply to Mr Dixon” [2001] Conv. 221 at p.227.
    • Hopkins [1996] Conv. 411 at p.427. This construction also seems to be accepted by the Land Registry Practice Leaflet No.13 at E2.2 at p.16.
    • Law Com. No.271 at para.4.10.
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