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When a corporation or a society is a party to an instrument submitted for registration, the registrar must be satisfied as to:

  1. the identity of the corporation or the society;
  2. its existence at the time the instrument was executed, whether as transferor or transferee; and
  3. the proper preparation and execution of the instrument.

Special considerations or requirements with respect to verification and execution may also arise in circumstances involving a change of name, an amalgamation, a receivership, a liquidation, or an escheat. These issues are canvassed in this Part.