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REAL PROPERTY ACT 1900 - SECT 105D

Cancellation of recording of writ

105D Cancellation of recording of writ

(1) The Registrar-General may cancel a recording in the Register of a writ if application for the cancellation of the recording is made in the approved form and:
(a) the application incorporates or is accompanied by:
(i) a withdrawal of the writ signed by the judgment creditor, and
(ii) a statutory declaration that satisfies the Registrar-General that the writ has not been executed by sale of the land to which the application relates,
(c) the application incorporates or is accompanied by evidence that satisfies the Registrar-General that the writ has been satisfied otherwise than by sale of the land to which the application relates, or
(d) the writ has lapsed and the application is supported by such evidence as the Registrar-General may require.
(2) The Registrar-General, on his or her own motion or on an application made in the approved form, may cancel a recording in the Register of a writ in relation to any land, or any estate or interest in land, if:
(a) the Registrar-General registers a transfer of the land, estate or interest pursuant to a sale under the writ, as referred to in section 105B (1), or
(b) the writ lapses in respect of that land, estate or interest, as referred to in section 105C, or
(c) the writ expires.



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