Every transfer or
other instrument shall be deemed of the same efficacy as if under seal; and
when signed by the proprietor and registered shall be as valid and effectual
to all intents and purposes for conveying passing or conferring the estates
interests or rights expressed to be thereby transferred leased or created
respectively as a deed duly executed and acknowledged by the same person would
have been under any law heretofore or now in force in Western Australia or as
any other form of document would have been either at law or in equity.
[Section 85 amended: No. 81 of 1996 s. 145(1); No.
28 of 2003 s. 129(4).]