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THE REGISTRATION ACT, 1908

Title : THE REGISTRATION ACT, 1908

Year : 1908



(1) The testator, or after his death any person claiming as executor or otherwise under a will, may present it to any Registrar or Sub-
Registrar for registration.

(2) The donor, or after his death the donee, of any authority to adopt, or the adoptive son, may present it to any Registrar or Sub-
Registrar for registration.



(1) A will or an authority to adopt, presented for registration by the testator or donor, may be registered in the same manner as any other document.

(2) A will or authority to adopt presented for registration by any other person entitled to present it shall be registered if the registering officer is satisfied--

(a) That the will or authority was executed by the testator or donor, as the case may be;

(b) That the testator or donor is dead; and

(c) That the person presenting the will or authority is under section 40, entitled to present the same.
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