Ongoing Obligations
Registered freehold interests, leasehold interests, strata interests, mortgage, easements and covenant may be subject to post-registration requirements based on the nature of the registered interest and its lifecycle.
Some examples of such filings with the Registration Authority are as follows (this list is not exhaustive):
  • A registered interest in real property, may be conveyed by registering a transfer
  • A registered lease may be varied by registering an instrument of variation of the lease
  • A registered lease may be terminated or surrendered by registering an instrument of termination or surrender, whichever is applicable
  • A registered mortgage may be varied by registering an instrument varying the mortgage
  • A registered mortgage may be discharged by registering a discharge of mortgage
  • On application by a registered mortgagee, the Court may make an order for foreclosure
  • A registered easement may be varied or wholly or partly extinguished by registering a variation or release of easement
  • A registered easement may be cancelled by registering a cancellation of easement
  • The Court may, on application by any person interested in real property burdened by an easement, make an order wholly or partly varying or extinguishing the easement
  • A registered covenant may be varied or wholly or partly released by registering a variation or release of covenant
  • The Court may, on the application of any person interested in real property burdened by a covenant, make an order wholly or partly varying or extinguishing the covenant
  • A caveat may be withdrawn by lodging a request to withdraw it
  • A registered caveat may be removed by the order of the Court
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