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September 1972
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These Rules implement provisions of the Registered Land law by prescribing forms and the form of the register and by providing with respect to fees. A register shall be in one of the forms prescribed in the First Schedule. A land certificate and certificate of lease shall be in the forms prescribed in the Second Schedule. Other forms required to be used under the Law shall be in the forms prescribed in the Third Schedule. The Rules also define public officers for purposes of the Law. The fees payable under section 157(1) of the Law are prescribed in the Fourth Schedule.

Implements: Registered Land Law (2004 Revision). (2003)
Amended by: Registered Land (Amendment) Rules, 2017. (2017-05-17)

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The Cayman Islands were colonized from Jamaica by the British during the 18th and 19th centuries and were administered by Jamaica after 1863. In 1959, the islands became a territory within the Federation of the West Indies. When the Federation dissolved in 1962, the Cayman Islands chose to remain a British dependency. The territory has transformed itself into a significant offshore financial center.

The Cayman Islands are an overseas territory of the UK.

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