Where either the registrar1 (in the case of rectification) or the court (in all cases of alteration) has power to alter the register, the application must be approved unless there are exceptional circumstances which justify not making the alteration2. As from January 2012, anyone may apply for alteration, even though they do not themselves have standing3.
Where the court makes an order for alteration of the register, an application must be made to the registrar to give effect to the order4.
An application to the registrar to alter a register should be made in Form AP1 supported by evidence to justify
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