Rule 28 – Entries relative to mines and minerals

(1) Where, on an application for first registration of the ownership of property, no evidence is adduced as to the ownership of the mines and minerals or such ownership is not proved to the satisfaction of the Authority or it appears from any document, or otherwise, that all or any of the mines and minerals are severed from the property, a note shall be entered in the register to the effect that the registration does not extend to the mines and minerals or to such of them as are so severed.

(2) Where on an application for the first registration of the ownership of property, or at any time after such registration, it is proved to the satisfaction of the Authority that the right to all or any of the mines or minerals is vested in the applicant, or in the registered owner, it may extend the registration to such mines and minerals by adding to the description of the property in the register a note to the effect that the mines and minerals, or specified mines and minerals, are included in the registration. They shall then form part of the property described in the register of which the ownership is registered.