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REAL PROPERTY ACT 1900 - SECT 114

Registrar-General may require plan to be lodged

114 Registrar-General may require plan to be lodged

The Registrar-General may:

(a) where a person is applying to have land brought under the provisions of this Act, refuse to accept lodgment of or reject the application,
(b) where a person is seeking to obtain registration of a dealing or to lodge a caveat or priority notice, refuse to register the dealing or to accept lodgment of the caveat or priority notice or reject the dealing, caveat or priority notice, and
(c) where a person is seeking to obtain the creation of a folio of the Register or the issue of a certificate of title for the land comprised in a folio of the Register, refuse to create the folio or issue the certificate of title,
if the person has refused or neglected to comply with a requirement of the Registrar-General:
(d) to lodge a plan of the relevant land for registration or recording (being, where the Registrar-General so specifies, a plan of survey), or
(e) to obtain registration or recording, under Division 3 of Part 23 of the Conveyancing Act 1919 , of such a plan.



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