These Rules provide that the Registry map for property in urban areas shall as far as possible be on the 1/1000 scale and that all plans of property in such areas shall be shown on such scale with necessary or obvious adjustments to conform to ordnance detail. They prescribe that a crystallised charge on the appointment of a receiver under a debenture may be registered as a burden affecting registered land under section 69 of the Registration of Title Act, 1964. They also provide for the application of Rule 156 (2) of the Land Registration Rules 1972 which relates to the form of certificate in certain specified cases to such other financial institutions as the Registrar may direct. They indicate the procedure to be followed for appeals to Court.
Amends: Land Registration Rules, 1972. (1972-10-02)
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