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REAL PROPERTY ACT 1900 - SECT 13B

Bringing of perpetual leases of Crown land under Act

13B Bringing of perpetual leases of Crown land under Act

(1) Where land to which this Part applies is held under perpetual lease from the Crown, the Registrar-General may, by creating a folio of the Register in the name of the person who, in the opinion of the Registrar-General, is entitled to be the registered proprietor of the perpetual lease from the Crown, bring the land under the provisions of this Act.
(2) The Registrar-General shall, in accordance with subsection (1), bring under the provisions of this Act land referred to in that subsection which:
(a) is not part of a lease the other part of which is held for a specified term, and
(b) is not the subject of a lease under the Western Lands Act 1901 ,
if the Registrar-General is satisfied that:
(c) all money due to the Crown in respect of the land has been paid, and
(d) where the land was leased subject to conditions, those conditions have been performed or complied with, as the case may be.
(3) For the purposes of subsection (2) (d), the conditions subject to which the land referred to in that paragraph was leased shall be deemed to have been performed or complied with, as the case may be, if:
(a) where the land is not within an irrigation area, the Minister authorised to lease the land on behalf of the Crown (or a person authorised by the Minister for the purposes of this subsection), or
(b) where the land is within an irrigation area, the Water Administration Ministerial Corporation,
has advised the Registrar-General that the Minister (or the person authorised by the Minister) or the Corporation is satisfied that those conditions have been sufficiently performed or complied with, as the case may be.



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