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When applicant is not original grantee or any transactions registered

If it appears to the registrar-general that the land in respect of which application has been made is held by the applicant for the interest described in the application free from mortgage, encumbrance or other beneficial interest affecting the title thereto, or, if any such mortgage, encumbrance or interest remain unsatisfied, that the parties interested therein are also parties to the application, and that the applicant has not required notice of his or her application to be served on any person, the registrar-general must require public notice of the application to be given, and must further limit and appoint a time not less than 1 month nor more than 12 months from the date of notification of the application under the Legislation Act 2001

(see section 24 (Notice of application to be published)) upon or after the expiration of which the registrar-general may, unless he or she has in the interval received a caveat forbidding him or her so to do, proceed to bring the land under this Act.

Note     Public notice means notice on an ACT government website or in a daily newspaper circulating in the ACT (see Legislation Act

, dict, pt 1).

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