(1) The Registrar-General may by written notice (a
"requisition" ) given to a person require the person:(a) to re-execute, complete or correct a dealing, application, request or caveat that has been lodged for registration or recording, or(b) to provide the Registrar-General with specified information, or produce a specified instrument or other document, in support of a dealing, application, request or caveat that has been lodged for registration or recording.
(2) The regulations may prescribe a fee that is to be paid by the person to whom a requisition is given.
(3) The Registrar-General may refuse to deal with the dealing, application, request or caveat until the requisition has been complied with and the prescribed fee has been paid.
(4) If a requisition in respect of a dealing is complied with, failure to pay the prescribed fee for the requisition does not prevent the dealing from being in registrable form for the purposes of determining the order in which dealings were lodged in registrable form.