The law of registration of titles in Ontario
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The law of registration of titles in Ontario being an annotation of "The Registry Act" (revised statutes of Ontario, cap. CXI) : together with a collection of practical forms, tariff of fees, etc.

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Published by Carswell in Toronto, Edinburgh .
Written in English

Subjects:

  • Land titles -- Registration and transfer -- Ontario -- Cases.

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Edition Notes

Statementby Edward Herbert Tiffany.
SeriesCIHM/ICMH Microfiche series -- no. 12467
The Physical Object
FormatMicroform
Pagination6 microfiches (268 fr.).
Number of Pages268
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL19138844M
ISBN 100665124678

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Full text of "The Law of Registration of Titles in Ontario: Being an Annotation of "The " See other formats.   For well over the past years, there have been two (2) land title registration systems in Ontario, but that has been changing. Over the past fifteen or so years, titles under the Registry Act land titles system have been converted from that land registry system to the Land Titles former is simply a document depository system from which lawyers have historically provided a title.   Canada has now adopted the practice, followed in the United States and many other jurisdictions, that the titles of single books are not protectable as trademarks. The Federal Court of Canada made the change in January in Drolet v. Stiftung Gralsbotchaft ( FC 17), a decision that significantly alters proprietary rights in single book. Consequently, no fee is payable for the production of a book on r registration in land titles. Other indexes and registers in either system such as the By-law Index, the Trans-Canada Pipeline Register, the General Register, etc. are to be produced free of charge.

REGISTRATION OF TITLES 1 THE REGISTRATION OF TITLES ACT ARRANGEMENT OF SECTIONS 1. short title. Prelimiruuy 2. Partial repeal of laws and practice as to interests in land 3. Interpretation. Appointment, Powers and Functions of O%kers 4. Registrar of Titles. his appointment. 5. Appointment and qualification of Deputy Registrar. 6. Electronic Registration Procedures Guide Background Version 11 5 January Background The Province of Ontario is the first in the world to provide a remote . Torrens title is a land registration and land transfer system, in which a state creates and maintains a register of land holdings, which serves as the conclusive evidence (termed "indefeasibility") of title of the person recorded on the register as the proprietor (owner), and of all other interests recorded on the register.. Ownership of land is transferred by registration of a transfer of. Source law Year: All Public statutes as enacted .

  Several years ago the Province of Ontario changed from the Registry System to the Land Titles Conversion Qualified (LTCQ) system for the registration and searching of real estate title (ownership). The Registry Systems was a paper system, whereas, the LTCQ system is an electronic system, which provides efficiency in searching and registering.   Bulletin information: Issue Date: February 6, Legislation: Registry Act, R.S.O. , c, Subsection 73(10) and Section 87 Bulletin content: Before the registration of a plan of subdivision under the Registry Act, the owner of the land to be subdivided must apply to the Director of Titles for a Certificate of Title under the Certification of Titles Act, which certificate must be. Registration of Land Titles: A system by which ownership of real property is established through the issuance of an official certificate indicating the name of the individual in whom such ownership is vested. Land titles are registered through a statutory process called the Torrens title system, in somewhat the same way that automobile titles. The Best gets Better For over a decade, Ontario Family Law Practice has been the standard text for family judges, lawyers and mediators – giving them the relevant law, practice and contact information at their fingertips. In its pages, you'll find succinct, section-by-section annotations of the key federal and Ontario legislation and rules governing family law, organized under the three.