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Withdrawal of primary application

23 Withdrawal of primary application

(1) A primary applicant may, with the consent of any person in whose name the primary applicant has directed that a folio of the Register be created, withdraw the primary application before that folio is created and, where such an application is so withdrawn the Registrar-General, when requested in writing, shall return to the primary applicant, or to the person appearing to the Registrar-General entitled, all documents lodged in support of the application.
(2) If it appears to the Registrar-General:
(a) that a primary applicant has not complied with the requirements of this Act relating to primary applications,
(b) that the evidence adduced by a primary applicant in support of the primary application is deficient in any material particular, or
(c) that a primary applicant has not proceeded with the primary application within a reasonable time, having regard to the circumstances of the case,
the Registrar-General may reject the primary application.

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