Equitable Interest

Gifts and Transfers of Property

How gifts are made is an important part of Equity and Trusts. The difference between a trust and a gift is that when a gift is made, it is not held by another person for their benefit. It is transferred straight away. (more…)

Registerable Interests

There are two types of registerable Interests – Registerable Dispositions (Section 27 LRA 2002) and Interests Affecting a Registered Estate. They must both be registered before the date of the changing of names on the Register to be binding. (more…)


Co-Ownership refers to when more than one party owns a specific property. This will mean a trust is created, and therefore governed by the Trusts of Land and Trustee Act, which was heavily discussed in the post on Trust of land. (more…)