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S.M. 1995, c. 27
The Real Property Amendment Act (2)
(Assented to November 3, 1995)
HER MAJESTY, by and with the advice and consent of the Legislative Assembly of Manitoba, enacts as follows:
Subsection 11(1) is repealed and the following is substituted:
Subject to subsections (3) and (4), each land titles office shall be open
(a) Monday through Friday except as determined under The Civil Service Act, a regulation made under that Act, or a collective agreement entered into under that Act; and
Subsection 63(2) is amended by striking out "was presented for registration or entered in the data storage system; and this certificate" and substituting "is assigned a serial number, and the certificate".
The following is added after subsection 96(7):
The assurance fund and the district registrar are not liable to pay compensation to any person for loss occasioned by the registration of a mortgage that refers or purports to refer to a set of standard charge mortgage terms where
(a) the reference differs from the name or serial number of registration assigned to the set of terms under subsection (5); or
Subsection 127(1) is repealed and the following is substituted:
The district registrar of a land titles district may require an owner of land, or a supplier of utility services wishing to file a caveat or an assignment of a caveat against land respecting a utility easement or a right of a like nature granted by an instrument executed by an owner in favor of the supplier, to file a plan of survey where in the opinion of the district registrar the location of the land or utility easement is not sufficiently defined on any registered plan, and if the owner or supplier does not comply with the requirement the district registrar may
(a) in respect of an owner of land, refuse to accept for registration any instrument relating to the land; and
Subsection 127(3) is amended
(a) in the part preceding clause (a), by striking out "under this section" and substituting "by an owner of land referred to in subsection (1)"; and
Section 169 is repealed.
This Act comes into force on the day it receives royal assent.