The court has power to make an order for alteration of the register for the purpose of:
(1) correcting a mistake;
(2) bringing the register up to date; or
(3) giving effect to any estate, right or interest excepted from the effect of registration1.
The registrar2 has power to alter the register without a court order. He can alter the register for the same purposes, and subject to the same limitations as a court would do. He also has power to alter the register to remove an entry which is no longer required
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