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Registered co-tenants

100 Registered co-tenants

(1) Two or more persons who may be registered as joint proprietors of an estate or interest in land under the provisions of this Act, shall be deemed to be entitled to the same as joint tenants.
(2) Subject to subsection (3), where persons are entitled to be registered as proprietors of a life estate and an estate in remainder in, or as tenants in common of shares in, land under the provisions of this Act (other than land comprised in a folio of the Register created pursuant to section 32 (3)), or are entitled to be so registered in respect of land in the course of being brought under the provisions of this Act pursuant to Part 4, Part 4A or Part 4B, the Registrar-General may, in respect of the life estate and estate in remainder or, as the case may be, the shares:
(a) create separate folios of the Register and issue separate certificates of title,
(b) create a folio or folios of the Register and issue such certificate or certificates of title as the Registrar-General thinks proper, or
(c) deliver any existing certificate of title after making thereon and in the Register such recording as may be required by this Act.
(3) The Registrar-General shall not refuse to act in accordance with subsection (2) (a) if the Registrar-General is requested so to act and the Registrar-General's expenses for so acting are paid.

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