COMMONS vol 6(1)B | Commentary

16 Evidence

COMMONS vol 6(1)B | Commentary

16 Evidence

Every application for new registration must be accompanied by, or by a copy or sufficient abstract of, every document relating to the matter which is in the possession or under the control of the applicant, or to which he has the right to production1. However, an applicant for new registration of rights of common or of a claim to ownership need not furnish or disclose the existence of any document which a vendor would not be obliged to abstract or produce under a contract not made by correspondence and containing no stipulations as to title2

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