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Steven Carrigan, Partner, Griffith Smith Conway, Hove. Comment on the Land Registration Act 2002, s 46, a rarely used provision under which litigators have the power in some cases to sabotage a property sale even if contracts have been exchanged and the purchaser has an official search with a priority period to register. Steven Carrigan explains why this provision should be used with caution. See September  Fam Law 722 for the full article.
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