This Act, consisting of 243 sections divided into fourteen Parts and completed by twenty-eight Schedules, provides for the consolidation of the law relating to the simplification of the title to and the dealing with estates in land in Western Australia. This Act does not apply to the registration of rights over land in respect of minerals, petroleum, geothermal energy or geothermal energy resources; or prevent or otherwise affect the system of registration under other Acts of mining, petroleum or geothermal energy rights in respect of land whether Crown, freehold or leasehold. The Act is divided as follows: Part IA Preliminar; Part I Officers; Part II Bringing land under the Act; Part III Certificates of titles and registration; Part IIIA Crown leases; Part IIIB Registration and recording in relation to Crown land; Part IV Dealings with land; Part IVA Creation of easements and restrictive covenants by notations on subdivision plans and diagrams; Part V Caveats; Part VI Powers of attorney and attestation of instruments; Part VII Search certificates and stay orders; Part VIII Surveys, plans, parcels and boundaries; Part IX Amendment of certificates and amendment or replacement of graphics; Part X Special powers and duties of the Commissioner and Registrar; Part XI Restrictions on, and recovery of, payments of compensation by State; Part XII Actions and other remedies; Part XIII Offences; Part XIV Miscellaneous..
Implemented by: Transfer of Land (Surveys) Regulations 1995. (2007-01-01)
Implemented by: Transfer of Land Regulations 2004. (2016-06-24)
Authors and Publishers
Government of Western Australia (Australia)
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