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  • 87 (1) If the Supreme Court, on application by a judgment creditor under section 9 of the Fraudulent Preference Act, orders that the judgment creditor is entitled to register the judgment against the land in respect of which the application was made or against the judgment debtor’s or another person’s interest in the land, the judgment creditor may apply to the Registrar of Titles, in the same manner as an application is made to register any other judgment, to register the judgment against the land or interest in the land.
  • (2) If a judgment is registered on an application made under subsection (1), the Registrar of Titles must, by registered mail, send a notice in the prescribed form together with a copy of the certificate of judgment to every owner of the land against which the judgment has been registered and to the judgment debtor.

1979-75-79.1; 1982-46-9, proclaimed effective August 1, 1983.


Notice to Owner

The director has approved the use of a modified Form E under the Land Title Act for the notice required under s. 87(2). See also s. 89 of this Act.