Conveyancing Act 1919 No 6
207 Recording information in the Central Register
(1) The following kinds of information can be recorded in the Central Register:
(a) information concerning a proposal that affects land, the use of land or the alienation of land or an interest in land,
(b) such other information with respect to land or an interest in land as the Registrar-General considers appropriate,
(c) such information as may be prescribed by the regulations.
(2) Information can be recorded in the Central Register by the Registrar-General either on behalf of the Registrar-General or on behalf of a participating party and is to be recorded in such manner and in accordance with such procedures as the Registrar-General determines from time to time.
(3) The Registrar-General may permit a participating party access to the Central Register for the purpose of enabling the participating party to record information in the Central Register as information recorded on behalf of the participating party.