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Conveyancing Act 1919 No 6
Current version for 1 December 2019 to date (accessed 6 August 2020 at 03:00)
184F Destruction of documents
(1) The Registrar-General may destroy a document forming part of the General Register of Deeds unless this section prohibits its destruction.(2) The Registrar-General is not to destroy such a document if under a duty to deliver or issue it to any person.(3) Instead of destroying such a document, the Registrar-General may deliver it to a person who, in the opinion of the Registrar-General, intends to preserve it for historical reasons.(4) The Registrar-General is not to destroy or dispose of a document under this section unless a copy of the document is captured and retained by the Registrar-General in a manner that enables the document to be reproduced.(5) The Registrar-General is to retain each document that forms part of the General Register of Deeds and is not destroyed or disposed of under this section.(6) This section does not authorise a failure to comply with, or a contravention of, any Act or other law and does not prevent the destruction of a document under the authority of an Act other than this Act.(7) In this section, a reference to a document includes a reference to any certificate referred to in section 184D that is on, or accompanies, the document.