(1) Nothing in this Act—
(c) shall be regarded as placing the Crown, the Corporation, or any other person in breach of any enactment or rule of law or contractual provision prohibiting, restricting, or regulating the assignment or transfer of any property or the disclosure of any information; or
(2) District Land Registrars and other persons charged with the keeping of books or registers shall make such entries in their respective books or registers and do everything necessary to give effect to the vesting of any housing assets in the Corporation under this Act.
(3) A certificate, signed by the Chief Surveyor for the land district in which the land is situated, that land described in the certificate, or described in any document on which the certificate appears, is land vested in the Corporation pursuant to this Act, shall be sufficient evidence, in the absence of proof to the contrary, that the land was so vested.
(5) Where, by virtue of this Act, any land vests in the Corporation, the land shall vest in the Corporation for an estate in fee simple subject to and together with all agreements for sale, licences, leases, agreements to lease, and mortgages thereof, and to all trusts, reservations, encumbrances, and interests existing in respect of any part of that land immediately before the land vests in the Corporation.
(6) Without limiting subsection (5), where by virtue of this Act any land vests in the Corporation and the land is at the time of vesting subject to any agreement for sale or licence, all the rights and obligations of the Crown under any such agreement or licence shall vest in the Corporation.
Compare: 1990 No 109 s 7
Section 7(4): amended, on 1 July 2003, by section 262 of the Local Government Act 2002 (2002 No 84).