National Provincial Bank Limited v Ainsworth [1965]

Concerned extent to which para (g) covers personal
rather than normal proprietary interests in land.
Deserted wife in occupation of home.
Were her rights binding without registration and without
notice?
House of Lords held it is wrong to suppose para (g)
makes any right, of howsoever a personal character, which person in occupation
may have, an overriding interest by which a purchaser is bound.
The right of a deserted wife is a purely personal
claim against her husband, not specifically related to house in question but
merely a right to be provided with a home.
Personal rights like this cannot be overriding
interests.