1. Amendment of Deeds of Grant to show adjusted boundaries
In any case in which the true boundaries of any lands or allotments shall have been duly adjusted under the powers of the said recited Acts or of either of them, and the said boundaries so adjusted as aforesaid shall differ from those contained in any grant thereof from the Crown, issued previously to such adjustment, it shall be lawful for an authorised land officer to endorse or cause to be endorsed on the back or other convenient part of the deed or instrument of grant, if it shall be produced to him for that purpose, the true boundaries as so adjusted and which he shall sign, and the said deed so endorsed and signed as aforesaid shall be forthwith given or forwarded by an authorised land officer to the Registrar of Deeds, and the said Registrar shall make and sign a memorandum of such endorsement in the margin or in some other convenient part of the enrolled copy of the said deed, and shall re-deliver the said deed to the person producing the same as aforesaid.
[Section 1 amended by No. 126 of 1987 s. 29.]
[2. Omitted under the Reprints Act 1984 s. 7(4)(f) and (g).]