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Special case when applicant dissatisfied with objection of registrar-general

    (1)     If any objection to the title of land sought to be brought under this Act is made by the registrar-general, which the applicant deems not well founded, he or she may state a case for the decision of the court.

    (2)     The decision of the court shall be binding upon the registrar-general, but shall not affect the claim of any person under section 143 or 155, or the right of the applicant to proceed under section 148.

    (3)     To every such case there shall be annexed such observations as the registrar-general thinks proper to make.

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