You are required to answer all the question. The overall word limit is 2,000 words
‘Most overriding interests do appear to have one shared characteristic, however, that is related to the orthodox explanation of them, namely that it is unreasonable to expect the person who has the benefit of the right to register it as a means of securing its protection.’
(Law Commission no 254: Land Registration for the Twenty First Century para 4.4)
Outline how Schedule 3 para 2 turns certain third party rights existing over registered titles into overriding interests. State with reasons whether or not you think that the current legislation unfairly favours the rights of owners of overriding interests under Schedule 3 para 2 LRA 2002 over the interests of purchasers.
(Word limit 2,000 words)
https://www.law.ox.ac.uk/published/OSCOLA_4th_edn_Hart_2012QuickReferenceGuide.pdf (should reference this way)