(2) If any order of the Court of Review is registered in respect of any property under the Land Transfer Act 1952, the Deeds Registration Act 1908, the Chattels Transfer Act 1924, or any other Act, and the District Land Registrar, Registrar of Deeds, Registrar of the High Court, or other person charged with the duty of keeping the register concerned is satisfied—
he may cancel the registration of the order in respect of that property:
Provided that, unless all persons appearing to him to be entitled to any claim under the order agree to the cancellation of the registration the Registrar or other person charged with the duty of keeping the register concerned shall give at least one month's notice of his intention to cancel the registration to all those persons, or shall give at least one month's notice of his intention in the Gazette and in some newspaper circulating in the locality where the property is situated.
(3) Any person claiming an interest under the order may before the expiration of the notice aforesaid, apply to the High Court or a Judge thereof for an order restraining the Registrar or other person aforesaid from cancelling the registration as provided in the last preceding subsection. Notice of the application shall be served by the applicant on the Registrar or other person before the expiration of the notice aforesaid, and the Registrar or other person shall thereupon refrain from cancelling the registration of the order of the Court of Review pending the determination of the application, and shall be bound by any order made upon the application.
In subsection (2) the reference to the Land Transfer Act 1952 was substituted, as from 1 January 1953, for a reference to the Land Transfer Act 1915 pursuant to section 245(1) Land Transfer Act 1952 (1952 No 52).