Amendment Bill

The Deeds Registries Amendment Bill, 2006, is a direct consequence of the adoption by Parliament during November 2005 of the Repeal of the Black Administration Act and Amendment of Certain Laws Bill, 2005.

Its purpose is to confer powers upon the Registrars of Deeds to continue effecting registrations concerning rights originally acquired in terms of the Black Administration Act, 1927, or proclamations, regulations or by-laws under that Act, in terms of the legislation which created that right. The Bill also authorises the transfer of the rights in question in accordance with the latter legislation.

Deeds Registries Amendment Bill

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