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REAL PROPERTY ACT 1900 - SECT 33AA
Non-issue of certificate of title
33AA Non-issue of certificate of title
(1) The Registrar-General may, from time to time, determine circumstances
when, or classes of persons to whom, certificates of title will not be issued
without a request under section 33 (5).
(2) If the Registrar-General does not
issue a certificate of title, the Registrar-General must make an entry in the
relevant folio of the Register, in such form and manner as the
Registrar-General considers appropriate, indicating:
(a) that a certificate of
title has not been issued, and
(b) the name of the person who has control of
the right to deal in the land, being the person whom the Registrar-General
considers would be best entitled to be issued with the certificate of title if
the issue of a certificate of title were requested.
(3) The Registrar-General
may, on the request of the holder of a certificate of title, cancel the
certificate of title and make an entry in the Register under subsection (2)
(as if a certificate of title had not been issued).
(4) The Registrar-General
(a) the circumstances in which a request can be made under
subsection (3), and
(b) the requirements to be complied with by the person
making the request, and
(c) the method by which the certificate of title is
to be cancelled.
(5) For the avoidance of doubt, the Registrar-General may
make determinations under this section with respect to the issue of
certificates of title in connection with both paper and electronic
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