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Proprietor may vest estate jointly in self and others without limiting any use or without reassignment

The registered proprietor of any land or of any interest in land, under this Act, whether of the nature of real or personal property, may, by any of the forms of instruments of transfer provided by this Act, modified as is necessary, transfer the land or interest, or any part thereof, to his or her domestic partner, or the registered proprietor may make the transfer to himself or herself jointly with any other person, or create or execute any powers of appointment, or limit any estates whether by remainder or otherwise, without limiting any use or without any reassignment being executed; but upon the registration of the transfer, the land or interest shall vest in the registered proprietor jointly with any other person, or in the person taking under the limitation, or in whose favour any power has been executed, or otherwise according to the intent and meaning appearing in the instrument and thereby expressed.

Note     For the meaning of domestic partner , see Legislation Act

, s 169.

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