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Applications to be considered by registrar-general

    (1)     Upon the receipt of an application, the registrar-general shall cause the title of the applicant, for such period as he or she considers sufficient, to be examined, and shall thereafter take the case into his or her consideration.

    (2)     If it appears to the registrar-general that the applicant is the original grantee from the Crown of the land in respect of which the application is made, and that no sale, mortgage, or other encumbrance or transaction affecting the title of the land has at any time been registered in New South Wales or in the ACT, and that the applicant has not required notice of his or her application to be served upon any person, the registrar-general may bring the land under this Act forthwith by registering the applicant's interest in the land.

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