137. Adverse entries in the proprietorship register.

The most commonly found entry on the proprietorship register is a restriction which regulates the circumstances in which a disposition of a registered estate may be the subject of an entry in the register1. The wording of the restriction indicates what procedure must be followed in order to conduct a valid disposition of the land. The buyer must therefore either follow that procedure (for example, payment of money to two trustees in the case of land held on a trust of land) or require the seller to obtain the removal of the restriction from the register on or before