Law of Property Act Receivers - Index to rights, powers & duties

Law of Property Act 1925 - Property Receivers

As the name suggests a Law of Property Act (LPA) Receiver is appointed to deal with "property".

The statute law governing the appointment and actions of such a receiver is found in the Law of Property Act 1925. The index pages to the left of this web page cover topics related to Law of Property Act Receivers.

A Law of Property Act or LPA Receiver need not be an insolvency practitioner. More often than not an LPA Receiver will be a Chartered Surveyor.

Further Reading

To read about Law of Property Act Receivers, and their rights, powers and duties please click over the appropriate text in the navigation section or click on the links shown below:

- What is a Law of Property Act (LPA) Receiver?

- When would a Law of Property (LPA) Act Receiver be appointed?

- Law of Property Act (LPA) case law - Re Chatsworth Properties

- Liability of a Law of Property Act (LPA) Receiver?

- Receivers appointed under an agreement

- Restriction on Receivers appointed under a fixed charge

Law of Property Act 1925 - Law of Property Act Receivers - Rights, powers, duties, case law, restrictions.

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