Real Property Transfer Validation Act




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An Act to Validate the Transfer
of Certain Real Property

Short title

1 This Act may be cited as the Real Property Transfer Validation Act. R.S., c. 386, s. 1.

Failure to comply before May, 1977

2 (1) The failure to comply with the former Planning Act, being Chapter 16 of the Acts of 1969, or the former Town Planning Act or any local Act or any regulation or by-law made pursuant to any of the said Acts does not affect and is deemed not to affect the creation of any title or interest in real property conveyed or purported to have been conveyed whether by instrument, testamentary document or operation of law on or before the thirtieth day of April, 1977.

Acquired rights

(2) This Section does not affect the rights acquired by any person from a judgment or order of a court given or made in litigation or proceedings commenced on or before the thirtieth day of April, 1977. R.S., c. 386, s. 2.

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