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Registrar-general may require map to be deposited

    (1)     The registrar-general may require the proprietor applying to have any land brought under this Act, or desiring to transfer or otherwise to deal with the land or any portion thereof, to deposit at the office of the registrar-general a map or plan of the land, certified by a registered surveyor.

Note     A fee may be determined under s 139 (Determination of fees, charges and other amounts) for the deposit of a map or plan.

    (2)     If the proprietor neglects or refuses to comply with the requirement as to the deposit of a map or plan or, if the map or plan deposited by the registered proprietor is not approved by the surveyor-general, or an officer appointed by him or her in that behalf, it shall not be incumbent on the registrar-general to proceed with the bringing of the land under this Act or with the registration of the transfer or lease.

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