Registrar-General (Recording of Documents) Act 1955. | Land Portal

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This Act provides for the registration of documents by the Office of the Registrar-General and provides for the keeping and inspection of such documents. The Registrar-General shall be the authority for, among other things: recording and registering mortgages and other conditional conveyances of property under the Mortgage Registration Act 1786; recording and registering voluntary conveyances of land under the Conveyancing Act 1983; deposit of memoranda respecting the acquisition or disposal of land by bodies corporate under the Corporate Bodies' Lands Act.

Implemented by: Recording of Documents Regulations. (1979)

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