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63 .         Certificate to be conclusive evidence of title

        (1)         No certificate of title created and registered upon an application to bring land under this Act or upon an application to be registered as proprietor on a transmission shall be impeached or defeasible by reason or on account of any informality or irregularity in the application or in the proceedings previous to the registration of the certificate; and every certificate of title created and registered under any of the provisions herein contained shall be received in all courts of law as evidence of the particulars therein set forth or incorporated and of the entry thereof in the Register, and shall be conclusive evidence that the person named in such certificate as the proprietor of or having any estate or interest in or power to appoint or dispose of the land therein described is seised or possessed of such estate or interest or has such power.

        (2)         A reference in subsection (1) to a certificate of title does not include a reference to a qualified certificate of Crown land title.

        [Section 63 amended: No. 81 of 1996 s. 35 and 145(1); No. 31 of 1997 s. 98.]

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