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Yorkshire Registries Act 1884

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25Rectification of register by Court

Any person claiming any estate or interest in any lands within the limits of this Act may at any time apply to the Chancery Division of the High Court of Justice for an order that the register or any book or index kept at any of the register offices under this Act, or any rules made thereunder, shall be rectified, or that any entry may be made or interpolated in any such register book or index, or that any entry in such register book or index may be cancelled, or that any certificate endorsed or given under this Act may be amended or cancelled, or that any deed, will, certificate, or other document may be produced to the registrar for the purpose of any registration, enrolment, entry, or cancellation, or that the priority by this Act granted to assurances, wills, or other instruments upon the registration thereof may be suspended in whole or in part during the continuance of any proceedings then pending in any court as to any assurances or wills registered after the date of such order, and the court may either refuse such application, or if satisfied of the justice of the case may make such order in reference thereto, and as to the costs thereof, as may in their opinion be just and expedient. The registrar and every other person or body affected by any such order of a court shall obey the same on being served with such order or an official copy thereof, and upon such service on the registrar such order shall he deemed to have been presented to him for enrolment in the register and shall be registered accordingly. Any jurisdiction of the Chancery Division of the High Court of Justice under this section may be exercised by any judge of the said court, whether sitting in open court or in chambers. The Lord Chancellor may, from time to time, assign the duties vested in the said court in relation to matters under this section to any particular judge or judges of that court, and may from time to time make, revoke, and alter rules for carrying into effect the objects of this section : Provided always, that the said rules so made, revoked, or altered, shall not extend the jurisdiction of the court. Any person aggrieved by an order made under this section by the said court may appeal within the prescribed time in the same manner and with the same incidents in and with which orders made by the said court in cases within the ordinary jurisdiction of such court may be appealed from.

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