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Registered land may be described—
(a)by means of a verbal description and a filed plan or general map, based on the ordnance map; or
(b)by reference to a deed or other document, a copy or extract whereof is filed at the registry, containing a sufficient description, and a plan or map thereof; or
(c)otherwise as the applicant for registration may desire, and the registrar, or, if the applicant prefers, the court, may approve,
regard being had to ready identification of parcels, correct descriptions of boundaries, and, so far as may be, uniformity of practice; but the boundaries of all freehold land and all requisite details in relation to the same, shall whenever practicable, be entered on the register or filed plan, or general map, and the filed plan, if any, or general map shall be used for assisting the identification of the land.
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