—(1) Where the Registrar has issued a certificate of title in respect of any registered land comprised in any folio, that document shall be produced for the purpose of effecting registration of any instrument lodged in the Land Titles Registry and for the purpose of entering endorsements of the memorial of registration in that folio.
(2) The Registrar may dispense with production of a certificate of title referred to in subsection (1) or a duplicate lease for any of the following purposes or in any of the following cases:
for the entry of a caveat;
for the registration of a writ of execution or order of court;
for the registration of a statutory charge including a charge in favour of the Central Provident Fund Board;
in any case where express provision to do so is made by this Act or any other written law;
where satisfactory evidence has been furnished to show that the certificate of title or duplicate lease has been lost, mislaid, destroyed or is being improperly or wrongfully withheld; or
for the registration of any transfer or other instrument pursuant to a writ or order of court as defined in section 131.
(3) In any case under subsection (2)(e), the Registrar may require the person seeking registration to —
furnish evidence that the certificate of title or duplicate lease has not been deposited as security for a loan; and
advertise (in such manner as the Registrar may direct) the application to dispense with production or the application for a replacement certificate of title.