Section 195 of the Land Titles Act
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Section 195 of the Land Titles Act

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Published by The Institute in Edmonton, Alta .
Written in English



  • Alberta.


  • Land titles -- Registration and transfer -- Alberta.,
  • Conveyancing -- Alberta.

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Edition Notes

StatementAlberta Law Reform Institute.
SeriesReport,, no. 63, Report (Alberta Law Reform Institute) ;, no. 63.
LC ClassificationsKEA231.A72 A43 1993a
The Physical Object
Pagination16 p. ;
Number of Pages16
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL1223347M
ISBN 100888641818
LC Control Number94223091

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Application to Strata Property Act: Part 2 — Land Title Offices and Officers: 4: Land title districts: 5: Power to constitute and change districts: 6: Land title office: 7: Continuation of existing offices and records: 8: Duty of registrar to provide records affecting land in new district: 9: Director of Land Titles: Registrar and staff: Contents Land Title Act Page 3 40 Separation of single indefeasible title for 2 or more lots 37 41 Transfer of land forming part of indefeasible. This section identifies the tax rates and deductions on business transaction with a non-resident from a day –to-day basis. Under Section , the income is chargeable under Income Tax Act. Any sum is charged and the certificate for remittance is mandatory. © The State of Queensland (Office of the Queensland Parliamentary Counsel) (Ver. Rev. ).

Procedure in bringing Land under the operation of this Act How land brought under this Act. Registration of title as absolute or qualified. Registration of proprietor with absolute title, effect thereof. Registration of propnetor with a qualified title, effect thereof. Who may apply to have land brought under this Act. 1. This Act may be cited as the Land and Titles (Amendment) Act, , and shall come into force on such a date as the Minister may appoint by Notice published in the Gazette. 2. Subsection (I) of section 2 of the Land and Titles Act (herein after referred to as the "principal Act") is . Land Titles Act Effective: 01/11/20 contents 3. Authorised by the ACT Parliamentary Counsel—also accessible at Part 7 Land registered under Real Property Act (NSW) 38 Bringing under this Act of land to which State Act applies 25 39 Transfer of records 25 40 Recognition of transferred records (3) If the charge was registered in the charge books provided under an Act repealed by the Land Registry Act, S.B.C. , c. 26, the registrar must effect cancellation by writing "cancelled" or "cancelled in part" across or against the entry, with the serial number of the instrument deposited in support of the application for cancellation and.