—(1) A caveat may be withdrawn either wholly or as to part of the land thereby affected by an instrument of withdrawal signed —
by the caveator or his authorised agent including a solicitor acting on his behalf;
where the caveator is a natural person who has died, by his personal representative or the trustee of the caveator’s estate;
where 2 or more caveators claim to be entitled as joint tenants to the estate or interest protected by the caveat and one or more (but not all) of them has died, by the surviving caveator or caveators;
where the caveator is adjudicated a bankrupt, by the Official Assignee; or where the caveator is a corporation and is in liquidation, and the estate or interest claimed by the caveator has become vested in the liquidator, by the liquidator;
(2) The Registrar shall not be concerned to satisfy himself whether or not a solicitor who signs an instrument of a withdrawal of a caveat as solicitor for the caveator or for the person mentioned in subsection (1)(b), (c), (d) and (e) has the authority to withdraw the caveat.
(3) An instrument of withdrawal of a caveat, which is lodged with and accepted as being in order by the Registrar, shall take effect from the date of the notification in the records maintained by the Registrar, either as notified in the Caveat Index or the land-register, as the case may be.