—(1) Any person who —
fraudulently procures, assists in fraudulently procuring, or is privy to the fraudulent procuring of any certificate of title or other instrument, or of any entry in the land-register, or any alteration or erasure of, or addition to, any entry in the land-register, or in any instrument or form issued by the Registrar;
fraudulently uses, assists in fraudulently using, or is privy to the fraudulent using of any instrument or form purporting to be issued or authorised by the Registrar;
knowingly misleads or deceives any person authorised by this Act to demand explanation or information with respect to any land, or the title to any land, which is the subject of a primary application or with respect to which any instrument is proposed to be registered or notified; or
fraudulently removes from the Land Titles Registry any part of the land-register or any instrument issued by the Registrar, or causes any defacement, obliteration, mutilation, or unauthorised entry or alteration to be made thereto,
shall be guilty of an offence and shall be liable on conviction to a fine not exceeding $10,000 or to imprisonment for a term not exceeding 3 years or to both.
(2) No proceeding or conviction for any act made punishable by subsection (1) shall affect any remedy which any person aggrieved or injured by that act may be entitled to against the person who committed the act or against his estate