Home » Property » David Sawtell writes about overreaching and overriding interests following Baker v Craggs  EWCA Civ 1126
In Baker v Craggs  EWCA Civ 1126, the Court of Appeal restored some clarity to a number of fundamental concepts in conveyancing registered land.
Law Brief Update have published a briefing note by David Sawtell on this important case and some of the criticism that the original decision faced, and highlights where the law on estate contracts still potentially remains unclear. The article can be found here.
If you would like David, or any other member of the Lamb Chambers property team, to update your real estate litigation or transactional lawyers on the implications of Baker v Craggs or other developments in real property law from the last few months in a seminar held in your offices, do not hesitate to contact Philip Alden.
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