Rule 137 – Entry of notice of certain burdens that affect without registration

(1) Notice of the existence of any burden specified in Section 72(1) of the Act shall be given by an entry in the register to the effect that the property specified is subject to the burden.

(2) If the burden does not affect all the property described in a folio of the register, the consent or order authorising the entry of notice of it shall be accompanied by an application map showing the part of the property subject to the burden, unless it can be otherwise sufficiently identified on the registry map.

(3) The note required by Section 59 of the Act shall be an entry to the effect that the property is subject to the provisions of the enactment restricting the alienation, assignment, sub-division or sub-letting, as the case may be.