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129A .         Correction of errors by Registrar

        (1)         The Commissioner of Titles may direct the Registrar of Titles —

            (a)         to correct errors in, or in entries made in, the Register; and

            (b)         to supply any entry omitted to be made in the Register,

                and the Registrar shall comply with any such direction.

        (2)         The Registrar of Titles may in respect of any plan or other document lodged for registration or approval —

            (a)         correct any patent error appearing on the face of the plan or other document; and

            (b)         supply any entry omitted to be made under this Act in the plan or other document.

        (3)         When correcting an error under subsection (1) or (2), the Registrar —

            (a)         shall not erase or render illegible the original writing; and

            (b)         shall affix the date upon which any correction was made or omission supplied together with his initials.

        (4)         A plan or other document corrected under this section has the same validity and effect as if the error or omission had not been made except as regards any entry made in the Register before the time of correcting the error or supplying the omitted entry.

        (5)         In this section —

        Commissioner of Titles means the Commissioner of Titles under the Transfer of Land Act 1893 , and includes the Deputy Commissioner of Titles under that Act.

        [Section 129A inserted by No. 58 of 1995 s. 85; amended by No. 81 of 1996 s. 153(1).]

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