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This Act provides for a wide variety of matters relating to land, land use rights, transfer of land, etc. All land subject to the provisions of the Land (Transfer and Registration) Ordinance and every estate or interest therein and all instruments and dealings affecting any such land, estate or interest shall from the commencement of this Act be deemed to be subject to the provisions of this Act. Matters provided for include, amongst others; registration, grants of crown land, certificate of title and other matters relating to evidence of proprietorship, register of titles, effect of registration, procedure in case of transfer of land, creation of easement and profits, form and registration of leases, mortgages, title by possession to land, and removal of abandoned easements, transmission, trusts and trustees, judgments and execution, caveats, subdivisions of lands, special jurisdiction of the supreme court, etc.

Amended by: Land Transfer (Amendment) Decree (No. 45 of 2011). (2011-10-28)

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Hupperts, Rudolph (CONSLEGB)


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