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Evidence as to title

    (1)     The register is conclusive evidence—

        (a)     as to the interests held in land under the Act; and

        (b)     that the registered proprietor of each such interest is entitled to that interest.

    (2)     A certified copy of a part of the register, furnished under section 65 and signed and sealed by the registrar-general, is conclusive evidence of the matters stated in the certified copy, as at the date on which the certified copy was furnished.

    (3)     A certificate of title signed and sealed by the registrar-general is evidence of the matters stated in the certificate.

    (4)     If the register contains a statement to the effect that the person named therein is entitled to any easement therein specified, the statement shall be conclusive evidence that he or she is so entitled.

    (5)     If the register contains the words ‘Together with a right of carriageway over the road delineated and coloured brown on the said map' or words to the like effect, those words shall have the same effect as if the words contained in schedule 1 had been in their stead.

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