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REAL PROPERTY ACT 1900 - SECT 123

Applicant may state case for Supreme Court

123 Applicant may state case for Supreme Court

(1) If the Registrar-General makes any objection to the title of land the subject of:
(a) an application to bring the land under the provisions of this Act, or
(b) a possessory application,
being an objection that the applicant considers not well founded, the applicant may state a case for the opinion of the Supreme Court.
(2) The Registrar-General is entitled to appear and be heard, either personally or by a legal practitioner, at the hearing of the matter.
(3) The Supreme Court's opinion on the stated case binds the Registrar-General in relation to the application, but does not affect:
(a) the right conferred on any person by Part 14 to make a claim against the Torrens Assurance Fund, or
(b) the right conferred on the applicant by section 122 to apply for a review of the Registrar-General's decision on the application.



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