Agricultural Credit Act, 1978

Lodgement of cautions by the Corporation.

[1947, s. 46.]

46.—Whenever the Corporation claims to be an incumbrancer on unregistered land by virtue of an instrument registered in the Registry of Deeds, the Corporation may, notwithstanding anything to the contrary in section 96 of the Act of 1964, lodge with the registering authority a caution under that section, and when the caution is so registered the registering authority may, on the first registration of the land, register the incumbrance created by the instrument as a burden affecting the land with such priority (if any) as is given to the incumbrance by this Act or otherwise by law.