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Railway and Canal Traffic (Amendment) Act (Northern Ireland) 1930

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4Transfer and vesting of land held in connection with an unnecessary canal.N.I.

(1)Where, by an order of release or by the award of an arbitrator under this Act, any land belonging to the proprietors of an unnecessary canal is directed to be vested in, or is awarded to, any person, body of persons or government department, all the estate and interest of the proprietors in such land shall, as from the certified date, be transferred to and vest by virtue of this Act in that person, body or department.

For the purposes of this section, the certified date shall be such date as may be specified in a certificate under the seal of the Ministry of Commerce, and the certificate shall be deemed to be part of the order of release or award, as the case may be.

(2)A copy, certified under the seal of the Ministry of Commerce, of so much of an order of release or award as relates to any land transferred and vested as aforesaid, or the title to such land created by the order of release or award (if the same relates to land the ownership of which is registered under the Local Registration of Title (Ireland) Act, 1891 [1891 c.66] F1), shall forthwith upon production of such certified copy be registered in the proper office for the registration of deeds or titles, as the case requires.

(3)No stamp duty shall be charged on an order of release, award of an arbitrator or certified copy made or issued in pursuance of this Act.

F11970 (c.18)

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