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I make no comment about C RL, but the comment by Mr Hall has one very serious error. A licence to occupy does not override because a person is in actual occupation. To qualify under para 2 of either schedule to LRA 2002, the interest must be a right in land. It must be proprietary before actual occupation can sustain it - there is much case law on this. Other overriding interests might not be interests in land but that supported by actual occupation must be. Of course, the licence to occupy might turn out to be truly a lease, but then it is an interest in lAnd.

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