The Land Registration Act of Massachusetts: Enacted as Chapter 562 of the Acts of the Legislature of 1898

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Wright & Potter Print. Company, 1900 - Land titles - 86 pages
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Page 67 - The assurance fund shall not be liable certain cues. to pay for any loss, damage or deprivation occasioned by a breach of trust, whether express, implied or constructive, by any registered owner who is a trustee, or by the improper exercise of any power of sale in a mortgage. Nor shall any plaintiff recover as compensation...
Page 38 - ... is of the value of dollars, and no more. 3. That there are no documents or evidences of title affecting such land in my possession, or under my control, other than those included in the schedule hereto. 4. That I am not aware of any mortgage or incumbrance...
Page 45 - Third. Any public highway, way, or private way established by law, where the certificate of title does not state that the boundaries of such highway or way have been determined. But if there are easements or other rights appurtenant to a parcel of registered land which for any reason have failed to be registered, such easements or rights shall remain so appurtenant notwithstanding such failure, and shall be held to pass with the land until cut off or extinguished by the registration of the servient...
Page 44 - First. Liens, claims, or rights arising or existing under the laws or Constitution of the United States or of the Philippine Islands which the statutes of the Philippine Islands can not require to appear of record in the registry.
Page 13 - ... under it impossible. The first and most important is that the original registration deprives all persons except the registered owner of any interest in the land without due process of law. There is no dispute that the object of the system, expressed in section 38, is that the decree of registration " shall bind the land and quiet the title thereto...
Page 73 - Whoever forges, or procures to be forged, or assists in forging the seal of the registrar, or the name, signature, or handwriting of any officer of the...
Page 53 - Whenever a mortgage upon which a mortgagee's duplicate has been issued is assigned, extended, or otherwise dealt with, the mortgagee's duplicate shall be presented with the instrument assigning, extending, or otherwise dealing with the mortgage, and a memorandum of the instrument shall be made upon the mortgagee's duplicate certificate. When the mortgage is discharged or otherwise extinguished the mortgagee's duplicate certificate shall be surrendered and stamped "canceled.
Page 21 - The production of the owner's duplicate certificate whenever any voluntary instrument is presented for registration shall be conclusive authority from the registered owner to the clerk or register of deeds to enter a new certificate or to make a memorandum of registration in accordance with such instrument...
Page 42 - ... 31. A copy is to be mailed to every person named in the notice whose address is known, and a duly attested copy is to be posted in a conspicuous place on each parcel of land included in the application, by a sheriff or deputy sheriff, fourteen days at least before the return day. Further notice may be ordered by the court. 32.
Page 44 - If the court after hearing finds that the applicant has title as stated in his application, and proper for registration, a decree of confirmation and registration shall be entered.

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