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REAL PROPERTY ACT 1900 - SECT 33AB

Alternative to production of a certificate of title

33AB Alternative to production of a certificate of title

(1) A statutory requirement for the lodgment or production of a certificate of title that is imposed in connection with the registration of a matter may, if the relevant folio notes that no certificate of title has been issued, be satisfied by the person recorded in the Register (under section 33AA) as the person having control of the right to deal in the land providing electronic consent to the registration of the matter.
(2) The electronic consent must:
(a) be provided in a form and manner approved by the Registrar-General, and
(b) be digitally signed by or on behalf of the person who has control of the right to deal in the land.
(3) The Registrar-General may assume that a person having control of the right to deal in the land who provides an electronic consent to the registration of a matter has all necessary authority to provide it or to withdraw it.
(4) In this section:

"electronic consent" means a consent contained in an electronic communication.

"registration" means any recording, entry or notation in the Register, or any other action in connection with the Register, that the Registrar-General is authorised or required to make or take by or under this or any other Act.

"statutory requirement" means a requirement made by or under this or any other Act.



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