Deeds Registry (Conveyancers and Notaries Public) (Fees and Charges) Regulations (Chapter 33:02). | Land Portal

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These Regulations stipulate that a conveyancer or a notary public shall, in respect of any conveyancing work done by him or her, charge the fees and disbursements set out in the Schedule hereto in relation to the matters specified therein. Fees concern, among other things: the lodging of a Deed of Transfer; any conveyancing work done by him or her with respect to the lodging of mortgage bonds; notarial bonds; lodging a Deed of Hypothecation.

Implements: Deeds Registry Act (Chapter 33:02). (2008-12-31)

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