The Practice of the Land Registry Under the Transfer of Land Act, 1862: With Such Portions of the Rules as are Now in Force; and General Instructions, Notes, Forms and Precedents

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Waterlow, 1891 - Land titles - 90 pages
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Page 33 - Forms. — The several forms annexed to these general orders shall be observed and used, with such alterations as may be necessary to suit the circumstances of any particular case.
Page 33 - Rules, be stamped or affixed at the expense of the parties liable to pay such fees on or to the vellum, parchment, or paper on which the proceedings, in respect whereof such fees are payable, are written or printed, or which may be otherwise used in reference to such proceedings.
Page 48 - Act as he shall consider proper to be dispensed with, and the matter shall he proceeded with as the registrar shall direct. 3. Upon any registration being made under these orders, the register under the Land Registry Act, 1862, shall be closed, and a note made thereon that the land is registered under the principal Act. And the registry under the principal Act shall be subject to the entries in the said register at the closing thereof, and to any rights acquired in pursuance of registry under the...
Page 47 - ... the land, in the same manner and with the same incidents in and with which he is by this Act empowered to register land, or as near thereto as circumstances admit.
Page 47 - Act, 1862," to be entitled to such an estate or interest as would enable him or them to make an original application under the Land Transfer Act, 1875 (hereinafter called the principal Act), to be registered as first proprietor or first proprietors, or to have a nominee or nominees registered in his or their stead if not registered under the Land Registry Act, 1862...
Page 2 - THE BILLS OF EXCHANGE ACT, 1882.— An Act to Codify the Law relating to Bills of Exchange, Cheques, and Promissory Notes.
Page 30 - ... course of registration may be made before the Registrar, or any officer of the Registry authorized by him in writing, or before any person authorized by law to take statutory declarations.
Page 79 - I [or we] do hereby certify, that the said was, at the time of her acknowledging the said deed, of full age and competent understanding, and that she was examined by me [or us], apart from her husband, touching her knowledge of the contents of the said deed, and that she freely and voluntarily consented to the same.
Page 30 - Act, regard being had to the following matters : (1.) In the case of the registration of land or of any transfer of land on the occasion of a sale, — to the value of the land as determined by the amount of purchase money...
Page 33 - ... whereon the stamp could be stamped or affixed, the party or his solicitor requiring such matter or thing to be done, shall make application for the same by a...

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