Registration of Title Act 1964
Powers of person entitled to be registered as owner of land or charge.
F114[90.— (1) This section applies to a person—
(a) on whom the right to be registered as owner of registered land or a registered charge has devolved by reason of the death of the owner or the defeasance of the owner’s estate or interest or by reason of a transfer made in accordance with this Act or under a lease, and
(b) who, before being registered as such owner, wishes to take any of the following actions in relation to the land or charge:
(i) in the case of registered land—
(I) transferring or charging it or any part of it,
(II) creating a lien by deposit of the land certificate,
(III) granting a lease,
(IV) creating an easement or a profit à prendre, or
(V) where the person is the Minister for Agriculture and Food, exercising any other rights of ownership, including enforcing the right to vacant possession,
(ii) in the case of a registered charge—
(I) transferring or charging it, or
(II) creating a lien by deposit of the certificate of charge.
(2) A person to whom this section applies may take any of the actions mentioned in subsection (1) in the like manner and with the same effect as if the person were the registered owner at the date of the action concerned, but subject to any burdens or rights affecting the person’s interest which would have been entered on the register if the person had become the registered owner and subject also to the provisions of this Act with regard to registered dealings for valuable consideration.]
Inserted (26.05.2006) by Registration of Deeds and Title Act 2006 (12/2006), s. 63, S.I. No. 271 of 2006.