Section 29 of the Unlawful Gambling Act 1998 (NSW) is concerned with Notice Concerning Gambling Premises and is set out below.
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29 Notice to Registrar-General concerning declared gambling premises
(1) The relevant registrar of the Local Court must notify the Registrar-General of:
(a) the making of an interim declaration under section 20, and
(b) the making of a final declaration under section 24, and
(c) the revocation of an interim declaration or a final declaration.
(2) If the notice to the Registrar-General:
(a) describes the land which is or was affected by the declaration concerned in a manner enabling the land to be identified, and
(b) in the case of land under the Real Property Act 1900 –specifies the reference to the folio of the Register kept under that Act, or the registered dealing under that Act, that evidences the title to that land,
the Registrar-General is, on being notified:
(c) in the case of land under the Real Property Act 1900 –to make such recordings in the Register in respect of the making (or revocation) of the interim declaration or final declaration as the Registrar-General considers appropriate, or
(d) in any other case–to cause the notice to be registered in the General Register of Deeds kept under Division 1 of Part 23 of the Conveyancing Act 1919.
(3) For the purposes of Division 1 of Part 23 of the Conveyancing Act 1919, a notice registered under subsection (2) (d) is taken to be a registration copy of an instrument duly registered under that Division.
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