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Bibliothèque Deeds Registries Act, 2015 (No. 14 of 2015).

Deeds Registries Act, 2015 (No. 14 of 2015).

Deeds Registries Act, 2015 (No. 14 of 2015).

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This Act makes provision for the registration of deeds relating to immovable property and the appointment of the Registrar of Deeds. It also provides rules for the alienation of land by the State, the manner of transfer of land in general and concerns rights in immovable property and related to leases. If the State alienates State land not previously registered in the name of any other person, then the State may transfer the ownership in the land to the transferee by means of a deed of grant issued in terms of proper authority. The owner of the subdivided land must lodge a copy of the general plan with the registrar where the land is subdivided into erven or portions shown on a general plan. If - (a) any land is expropriated under the authority of any law by; or (b) the ownership of any land has by statute been vested in, the State, a regional authority, local authority, body corporate or association of persons, the transferee must lodge as near as practicable in the prescribed form a deed of transfer with the registrar.

Repeals: Deeds Registries Act. (1969)

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