The most common method used to secure mutual covenants was the use of a series of standard form transmissions in which: a “developer-to-developer” transfer containing land agreements must be performed by the landowner subdividing into the functions of both the assignor and the assignor. The LTA 2017 amended the PLA by allowing gross land contracts and confirming that they could now be included in the basic transfer register. Previously, a land contract was usually concluded between the owners of the contaminated country (servient tement) and the benefited plan (dominant rental house). A land contract can now be granted “in gross”, i.e. in favour of a given natural or legal person, instead of being linked to a beneficiary country.
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