Land And Conveyancing Law Reform Act 2009
Effect of registration.
117.— (1) Registration of a judgment mortgage under section 116 operates to charge the judgment debtor's estate or interest in the land with the judgment debt and entitles the judgment mortgagee to apply to the court for an order under this section or section 31.
[JMA 1850, ss. 7 and 8][JMA 1850, s. 8]
(2) On such an application the court may make—
( a) an order for the taking of an account of other incumbrances affecting the land, if any, and the making of inquiries as to the respective priorities of any such incumbrances,
( b) an order for the sale of the land, and where appropriate, the distribution of the proceeds of sale,
( c) such other order for enforcement of the judgment mortgage as the court thinks appropriate.
(3) The judgment mortgage is subject to any right or incumbrance affecting the judgment debtor’s land, whether registered or not, at the time of its registration.
(4) For the purposes of this section, a right or incumbrance does not include a claim made in an action to a judgment debtor's estate or interest in land (including such an estate or interest which a person receives, whether in whole or in part, by an order made in the action) whether by way of claim or counterclaim in the action, unless the claim seeks an order—
( a) under the Act of 1976, the Act of 1995 or the Act of 1996, or
( b) specifically against that estate or interest in land.
(5) Section 74 applies to a voluntary conveyance of land made by the judgment debtor before the creditor registers a judgment mortgage against that land under section 116 as if the creditor were a purchaser for the purposes of section 74 .