Registration of Title Act 1964
Saving of consent to alienation, etc.
59.—(1) Nothing in this Act shall affect the provisions of any enactment by which the alienation, assignment, subdivision or sub-letting of any land is prohibited or in any way restricted.
(2) It shall be the duty of F73[the Authority] to note upon the register in the prescribed manner the prohibitive or restrictive provisions of any such enactment; but such provisions shall be, though not registered, burdens on the land under section 72.
Substituted (4.11.2006) by Registration of Deeds and Title Act 2006 (12/2006), s. 4(2), S.I. No. 511 of 2006.
Modifications (not altering text):
Application of subs. (2) restricted (1.01.2011) by Civil Partnership and Certain Rights and Obligations of Cohabitants Act 2010 (24/2010), s. 37, S.I. No. 648 of 2010.
Restriction of section 59(2) of Registration of Title Act 1964.
37.— Section 59 (2) of the Registration of Title Act 1964 (which refers to noting upon the register provisions of any enactment restricting dealings in land) does not apply to this Part.
Application of subs. (2) restricted (12.07.1976) by Family Home Protection Act 1976 (27/1976), s. 13, commenced on enactment.
Restriction of section 59(2) of Registration of Title Act, 1964.
13.— Section 59 (2) of the Registration of Title Act, 1964 (which refers to noting upon the register provisions of any enactment restricting dealings in land) shall not apply to the provisions of this Act.
Previous affecting provision: application of subs. (1) extended (9.03.1965) by Land Act 1965 (2/1965), s. 45(12), commenced on enactment; repealed (4.11.2005) by Land Act 2005 (24/2005), s. 12(d), S.I. No. 689 of 2005.