Insolvency Amendment Act, No. 122 of 1993
To amend the Insolvency Act, 1936, so as to further regulate the particulars to be furnished in an application for sequestration; to provide for further notices to officers charged with the registration of title to immovable property and for the registration of such notices; to regulate the expiration of certain caveats; to place obligations on a trustee with regard to the transmission of particulars in respect of the insolvent and his spouse to certain officers; to authorize a trustee, with the consent of the Master of the Supreme Court, to cause a caveat to be registered; to further regulate the registration of transactions in respect of immovable property after the expiry of caveats; to provide for the recovery of the value of immovable property disposed of unlawfully; and to amplify the particulars to be furnished in a statement of affairs; to amend the Deeds Registries Act, 1937, so as to authorize the Registrar of Deeds to destroy records relating to a caveat which has expired; to amend the Matrimonial Property Act, 1984, so as to further regulate an application for the sequestration of a joint estate; and to provide for matters connected therewith.
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