The purpose of the present Act is to ensure the registration of title to and interests in land. The Act contains at the outset a definition clause relating to various terms employed therein such as, for example, “abstract directory”, “application”, “assignment”, “condominium plan”, “Controller of Surveys”, “corporation”, “Crown”, “Deputy Registrar”, “land registry”, “lease”, “mineral parcel”, “mineral title”, “registration”, etc. Section 4 establishes the Land Titles Registry which covers : a) all documents registered pursuant to this Act; b) all information contained in the ownership registers; c) all records created in the land titles registry as a result of any registration or correction made. The Act consists of 203 sections divided into 20 Parts as follows: Organization of Land Titles Registry (II); Fundamental principles (III); Registration procedures (IV); Owners (V); Issuance of title respecting a new parcel (VI); Transfer of titles (VII); Interests (VIII); Abstract Directory of Unpatented Land (IX); Crown Grants (X); Land titles registry information (XI); Assurance and compensation (XII); Powers of the Registrar (XIII); Powers of the Court (XIV); Service of documents (XV); General (XVI); Statements of Law (XVII); Writs and maintenance order (XVIII); Regulations (XIX); Transitional and conversion (XX).
Implemented by: Land Titles Regulations, 2001 (R.R.S. c. L-5.1 Reg. 1). (2013)
Implemented by: Land Titles Conversion Facilitation Regulations (R.R.S. c. L-5.1 Reg. 2). (2003)
Implemented by: Subdivision Regulations, 2014 (R.R.S. c. P-13.2 Reg. 2). (2014)
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Government of Saskatchewan (Canada)
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