RECORD OF DEEDS, WILLS AND LETTERS PATENT ACT

ARRANGEMENT OF SECTIONS

   1   Short title

 

Record of Deeds, Wills and Patents

   2   Deeds recorded within three months after execution valid to pass freehold without livery, etc

   3   Patents to be enrolled within a limited time

 

Records to be Evidence

   4   Records to be sufficient evidence

   5   Exemplifications of wills made in Great Britain or Northern Ireland, etc, after probate to be sufficient evidence

 

Deeds to be Recorded within certain Time

   6   Deeds to be recorded within ninety days, otherwise to be void against purchasers for valuable consideration

   7   Saving clause

   8   Deeds made out of the Island to be enrolled within a limited period otherwise to be void as above

 

Entry of Satisfaction by Mortgagees

   9   Mortgagees having been paid, to enter satisfaction

 

Selling or Mortgaging Land Twice over without Notice

   10   Penalty on persons selling, etc, the same land twice over

 

Record or Probate of Wills of Realty since 1841 Evidence

   11   Records of wills executed since 1841, and probate of wills to be evidence in respect of real estate

 

THE RECORD OF DEEDS, WILLS AND LETTERS PATENT ACT

[[Date of Commencement: 1681]

Cap 334.

Act 7 of 1975.

1   Short title

   This Act may be cited as the Record of Deeds, Wills and Letters Patent Act.

Record of Deeds, Wills and Patents

2   Deeds recorded within three months after execution valid to pass freehold without livery, etc

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