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LAND TITLES ACT 1925 - SECT 24

Notice of application to be published

    (1)     The registrar-general shall, of his or her own motion or under any order of the court, require notice to be published, in such manner as he or she determines or as the order prescribes, that application has been made for bringing the land therein referred to under this Act, and shall also cause a copy of the notice to be posted in a conspicuous place in his or her office and in such other places as he or she deems necessary, and shall forward by registered letter through the post office, a copy of the notice addressed to the persons (if any) who he or she thinks ought to be served with the notice, and to the persons (if any) stated in the declaration by the applicant to be in occupation of the land or to be occupiers or proprietors of land contiguous thereto, so far as his or her knowledge of the addresses of those persons may enable him or her, and, if the applicant has required any such notice to be personally served upon any person named in his or her application, the registrar-general shall require a copy of the notice to be so served upon that person.

    (2)     The notice of the application is a notifiable instrument.

Note      A notifiable instrument must be notified under the Legislation Act 2001

.

    (3)     The registrar-general must give additional public notice of the notice of application.

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). The requirement in s (3) is in addition to the requirement for notification on the legislation register as a notifiable instrument.



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