The land transfer rules, 1903, 1907, and 1908 (consolidated), the land transfer fee order, 1908, and tables of fees

 
9781236453433: The land transfer rules, 1903, 1907, and 1908 (consolidated), the land transfer fee order, 1908, and tables of fees

This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1908 Excerpt: ...certificate or with any certificate of charge. 259b. Before issuing a certificate of charge the Registrar may require to he lodged in the Registry a statement signed by the creditor or his solicitor declaring whether the creditor will or will not during the continuance of the charge allow the land certificate to remain in the custody of the registered proprietor of the land, and unless a statement to the effect that the creditor will allow the land certificate to remain in the custody of the registered proprietor of the land is so lodged, the certificate of charge shall consist merely of an office copy of the charge endorsed with a certificate of its registration. 260. Where an office copy of an entry in the Register or of the filed plan of the land or of any document filed in the Registry is annexed to any certificate, it shall for the purposes of Section 80 of the Act of 1875 he deemed to he contained in the certificate itself. 261. Any one of two or more persons registered as tenants in common of land or of a charge may, at his option, have a separate certificate. Only one certificate shall be issued unless there be a request for two or more. 262. Whenever a certificate is delivered out of the Registry a receipt shall be signed by the recipient. 263. Except in the cases mentioned in Section 8, sub-sections 3 and 4 of the Act of 1897, and in cases falling under Rules 152 and 164 no new certificate shall be issued unless the existing certificate is delivered up to the Registrar to be cancelled. 264. Where a certificate is required to be produced to the Registrar but cannot be produced at the Registry without disproportionate trouble, expense, or delay, the Registrar may authorise an officer of the Registry, or a solicitor, to inspect it Inserted by the Eul...

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