(1) If —
order under this Act directs a person to execute a deed or instrument and the
person has refused or neglected to comply with the direction; or
provision of a registered parenting plan requires a person to execute a deed
or instrument and the person has refused or neglected to comply with the
any other reason, a court thinks it necessary to do so,
then a court may
appoint an officer of the court or other person specified in the order to
execute the deed or instrument in the name of the person directed under the
order, or required under the provision, to do all acts and things necessary to
give effect to the deed or instrument.
(2) A deed or
instrument executed by a person appointed under subsection (1) has effect as
if it had been executed by the person directed under the order, or required
under the parenting plan provision, to execute the deed or instrument.
(3) A court may make
such order as it thinks just as to the payment of the costs and expenses of
and incidental to the preparation of the deed or instrument and its execution.
[Section 221 amended: No. 35 of 2006 s. 16.]