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REAL PROPERTY ACT 1900 - SECT 28MA

Lapsing of caution on qualified folio created after registered deed other than for value (section 28J (1A))

28MA Lapsing of caution on qualified folio created after registered deed other than for value (section 28J (1A))

(1) This section sets out the 2 ways in which a caution recorded on a qualified folio of the Register under section 28J (1) that includes a notation under section 28J (1A) but does not include a notation under section 28J (1B) may lapse.
(2) Firstly, if after the creation of the qualified folio, a person for valuable consideration and without fraud to which the person is a party becomes registered or, pursuant to section 36 (8), is taken to have become registered, as proprietor of an estate or interest in the land comprised in the folio, and another person subsequently for valuable consideration and without fraud to which that other person is a party becomes, or is taken to have become, registered as proprietor of that estate or interest, the caution recorded on the folio lapses as regards the estate or interest:
(a) on the expiration of 6 years after the time when the firstmentioned person becomes, or is taken to have become, registered, or
(b) at the time the other person becomes, or is taken to have become, registered,
whichever is the later.
(3) Secondly, if:
(a) after the creation of the qualified folio, a person for valuable consideration and without fraud to which the person is a party becomes registered or, pursuant to section 36 (8), is deemed to have become registered, as proprietor of an estate or interest in the land comprised in the folio, and
(b) immediately before the expiration of 12 years after the person becomes, or is deemed to have become, so registered, the caution has not lapsed as regards the estate or interest or been cancelled,
the caution lapses as regards the estate or interest on the expiration of that period.



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