This course will examine recent common law case law developments, notably the decision by the Supreme Court in the conjoined appeals of Betterment Properties and Paddico in relation to the impact of delay in the court’s discretion to vary or alter registration of town and village greens.
Experienced lecturer and property practitioner Richard Quenby will also consider a variety of statutory changes as a result of the 2013 Act and will examine the impact which these changes have had on this area of law.
What are the requirements?
- This course provides one CPD point
- Watch 1 hour recorded webinar
- On completion of this course you will have an increased understanding of the topics detailed below including relevant case law: The impact of delay in challenging registration of a green Taylor (on behalf of the Society for the Protection of Markham and Little Francis) v Betterment Properties (Weymouth) Limited  UKSC 7 Adamson and others v Paddico (267) Limited  UKSC 7 Discretion to cancel erroneous registration: CRA 1965, s 14(b) Principles analogous to laches Impact of delay – identification of prejudice Application to facts New triggers and terminating events CA 2006, s 15 (C ) - inserted by GIA 2013, s15 Not possible to apply for registration in certain circumstances Original list of events in CRA 2006, Sch 1A Supplemented by 2014 Regulations Landowner’s statement and map CA 2006, ss 15B and 15C Consequences of statement and map Procedure amalgamated with highways Reduced period for application to register where use has ceased CA 2006, s 15(3) amended When is the application ‘made’? Church Commissioners v Hampshire CC (2013)
What is the target audience?
- This course is suitable for CLC practitioners
- This course will be of interest to property practitioners of all levels, including trainees, legal executives and paralegals