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In their second article, Jayne Elkins and Karen McGinley consider the remedies available to victims.

Property fraud

In their second article, Jayne Elkins and Karen McGinley consider the remedies available to victims.

While Frustrating Property Fraud (EG, 25 October 2015) considered safeguards against fraudulent land transactions, here we look at remedies for victims of property fraud, such as application for rectification at the Land Registry; compensation if rectification is not permitted; and, where mortgagees have inadvertently financed a fraudulent purchase, a claim for breach of trust by their solicitors.

This article was first published in Estates Gazette on January 17th 2015 and is reproduced with permission.

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