The Registrar-General

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This is a part of The Worker’s Liens Casebook, by Robert Fenwick Elliott. Copyright © 2010

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  1. The Registrar-General is a statutory office. His office is now part of the Land Services Group, which is part of the Department for Transport, Energy and Infrastructure. In the past, it has been known as the General Registry Office and the Land Titles Office.
  2. Under section 47, there is provision for the Registrar-General to be liable for breach of duty, but there appear to be no decided cases of such liability.

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