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Long Title

Part I PRELIMINARY

Part II ESTABLISHMENT OF LAND TITLES REGISTRY

Part III INITIAL REGISTRATION OF TITLES

Division 1 — Bringing land under the Act on alienation

Division 2 — Applications and schemes to bring land under this Act

Division 3 — Qualified titles and caveats

Part IV REGISTRATION

Part V EFFECT OF REGISTRATION

Division 1 — Indefeasibility and priority

Division 2 — No title by adverse possession

Part VI INSTRUMENTS

Part VII TRANSFERS

Part VIII MORTGAGES AND CHARGES

Division I — Mortgages of registered land

Division 2 — Common law mortgages notified on land-register

Part IX LEASES

Part X EASEMENTS

Part XI TRANSMISSIONS

Part XII CAVEATS

Part XIII WRITS AND ORDERS OF COURT

Part XIV RESTRICTIVE COVENANTS

Part XV STATUTORY ACQUISITION AND SALE

Part XVI POWERS OF ATTORNEY

Part XVII CIVIL RIGHTS AND REMEDIES

Part XVIII SEARCHES AND CERTIFIED COPIES

Part XIX MISCELLANEOUS

THE SCHEDULE

Legislative History

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Transmission on death of proprietors in severalty
107.
—(1)  Personal representatives or any other person claiming land of a deceased proprietor may apply in the approved form to become registered as proprietors by transmission of the land, and upon proof of their representation or claim, the Registrar shall enter on the folio a memorial of registration in accordance with section 37.
(2)  An application under this section by a person claiming land of a deceased proprietor otherwise than as personal representative shall not be registered unless it can be established to the satisfaction of the Registrar that a transfer to that person by the personal representative is not reasonably practicable.
(3)  The Registrar may, in his discretion, register a transmission application by the Public Trustee acting in his capacity under section 6 of the Public Trustee Act (Cap. 260) in the administration of an estate in respect of which representation has not been taken out.
(4)  For the purposes of this section, “personal representative” includes —
(a)
the administrator of an executor; and
(b)
the executor of an administrator.
History for Provision '107 Transmission on death of proprietors in severalty'.
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31/07/2004
Formal Consolidation
31 July 2004
2004 RevEd
 
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15/08/2014
Informal Consolidation
07 August 2014
Amended
Act 8 of 2014