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Legislation
Dominica
Caribbean
Americas

This Act directs the Registrar of Titles to make a new register of titles for Dominica. This Act applies only in cases where certificates of title which were registered in the old register have been destroyed. The Act contains rules relative to (application for) registration and evidence of title.

Regulations
Dominica
Caribbean
Americas

These Rules are made under section 181 of the principal Act, and relate to the procedures to be followed in the application to the Registrar of Titles, under section 133 of the Act, for confirmation of possessory title. The model form is presented in the annexed Schedule.

Implements: Title by Registration Act (Cap. 56:50). (1992)

Legislation
Dominica
Caribbean
Americas

This Act makes provision with respect to transactions involving and rights inherent to settled estates i.e. land, and any estate or interest therein, which is the subject of any at, deed, agreement, will or other instrument, under or by virtue of which any land or any estate or interest in land stands limited to or in trust for any persons by way of succession.

Legislation
Dominica
Caribbean
Americas

The Act provides for the vesting of the foreshore and the floor of the sea in the State and regulates the use and control of those areas and related matters. The “floor of the sea” means the soil and subsoil of the sea off the coast of Dominica between the low-water mark and so far out to sea as is deemed by law to be within the territorial sea.

Regulations
Dominica
Caribbean
Americas

These Regulations (24 sections and 1 Schedule) are made pursuant to section 181 of the principal Act and relate to the faculty of any person who considers himself entitled to absolute ownership of any land, either in his own right or as trustee, and who is or would, but for some tenancies or incumbrances, be in actual possession of the land, to apply for a certificate of possessory title.

Legislation
Dominica
Caribbean
Americas

This Act makes provision for duties and proceedings in relation with the ending of a tenancy of a small tenement as defined in this Act.If a tenant does not leave the tenement after a notice of the landlord, the Magistrate may, on the application of the landlord, issue a summons in the form as set out in Schedule 1 to this Act.

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