Conveyancing and surveying professionals

Registrar-General's Statutory Instruments

Under the Real Property Act 1886, the Registrar-General has the power to introduce Statutory Instruments. 

The Registrar-General's Statutory Instruments set out some specific legal requirements for dealing with land in South Australia.


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Page last updated 27 July 2017

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