On first registration the registrar1 will decide which class of title should be granted to the estate which is being registered. The class of title granted is shown in the proprietorship register of the title2.
Most titles are registered with an absolute title which may be given if the registrar is of the opinion that title to the estate is such that a willing buyer could properly be advised by a competent professional adviser to accept it3. The registrar may disregard a defect in the title if he is of the opinion that the defect will not cause the holding
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