Sainsbury’s Supermarkets v Olympia Homes [2006]


  • Sainsbury’s purchased a plot of land from defendant
  • In a previous sale, an application for compulsory registration was made, but subsequently cancelled as enquiries (requisitions) made by the Land Registry were not responded to


  • Were Sainsbury’s entitled to have the register rectified to reflect a registered buy ksalol xanax plot of land?


  • Yes


  • Although, as not registered, Sainsbury’s had only purchased an equitable estate, as the ‘equity’ generated by their purchase was proprietary in nature, it entitled the register to be altered, making Sainsbury’s the legal and equitable owner of the land
RELATED CASE  Coatsworth v Johnson (1886)

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