Written in a direct and approachable style, Blackstone's Guide to the Land Registration Act 2002 serves as a guide through the extensive changes the Act will bring to the practice of residential and commercial conveyancing. The book provides step-by-step analysis of the Act's practical impact on conveyancing and Land Registry practice. The book also explains how the Act establishes the framework for the future development of e-conveyancing and how a new system of adverse possession will be introduced for registered land. Other significant changes include the extension of first registration to many standard commercial leases and the simplification and reform of methods of protecting third party rights over registered land. The book contains a copy of the Act and schedules.