ARRANGEMENT OF SECTIONS
1 Short title
3 Power to declare a project area
4 Power to exempt land
5 Exemption from approvals, consents, transfer tax, stamp duties and fees
6 Registration of title by cadastral map, etc
7 Power to make and confirm agreements, etc
8 The Land Administration and Management Programme Fund
9 Adjudication Committee
10 Title acquired by possession
11 Fees and charges
13 Amendment of Registration of Titles Act
THE REGISTRATION OF TITLES, CADASTRAL MAPPING
AND TENURE CLARIFICATION (SPECIAL PROVISIONS) ACT
[Date of Commencement: 14th October, 2005]
Act 25 of 2005.
This Act may be cited as the Registration of Titles, Cadastral Mapping and Tenure Clarification (Special Provisions) Act.
In this Act-
"application" means an application made pursuant to section 28, 54 or 85 of the Registration of Titles Act;
"beneficiary" means any person owning land within a project area;
"cadastral map" means a map, including a map prepared in digital format, showing the boundaries of land parcels within a specified region or locality;
"instrument" includes any document other than an application, prepared for lodgment in the Office of Titles or any document related to a grant of probate or letters of administration;
"plan" includes a map, plat or diagram;
"project area" means an area declared as such by the Minister pursuant to section 3;
"specified land" means any real property (whether already brought under the Registration of Titles Act or not) in the project area.
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