attorney enabling his mother to sell house on his behalf.
favour of sister and her husband who were then registered as joint proprietors.
society rectified under s82 of LRA 1925.
and (b) give court jurisdiction to rectify wherever proprietor would have been
bound by the claim in unregistered land.
rights in respect of registered land which Parliament did not intend.
no general discretion to rectify.
Mr S could not rely upon para (d) because it stipulates that registration must be obtained by fraud
whereas here it was the transfer that
was induced by fraud.