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71. Rectification of registers

(1) A person in respect of which an entry in a register-

   (a) has been omitted;

   (b) is incorrect; or

   (c) has been included in error, may apply to the Registrar for rectification of the register.

(2) Upon receipt of the application under subsection (1), the Registrar may require the applicant to produce such document or to furnish the Registrar with such information as the Registrar deems necessary in order to form an opinion whether the register is to be rectified.

(3) The Registrar may require the person making the application under subsection (1) to give notice of that application to such other person as the Registrar may specify, being a person who appears to the Registrar to be concerned or to have an interest in the business.

(4) The Registrar may, without an application being made under subsection (1), rectify the register where, in his view, an entry-

   (a) has been omitted;

   (b) is incorrect; or
   (c) has been included in error.
(5) Notwithstanding subsection (1), the Registrar may refuse any application if the error, mistake or omission does not arise in the ordinary course of the discharge of the duties of the Registrar.
(6) Any person aggrieved by the refusal of the Registrar to rectify the particulars of his business in the register may appeal within thirty days of the decision of the Registrar to the court which may determine the matter.
(7) On appeal under subsection (6), the court may-
   (a) refuse the application; or
   (b) order the register to be rectified by the making of an entry, variation or deletion therein.
(8) Any order made by the court under this section shall direct that the notice of the order to be served on the Registrar in the manner as determined by the court and the Registrar shall, on receipt of the notice, rectify the register accordingly.
(9) Notwithstanding anything in this section, where it appears to a person that any particulars recorded in the register contains matter that is false, fraudulent or misleading, the person may apply to the court and the court may, as a result of evidence adduced before it, order the Registrar to rectify the register in the manner specified in such order and the Registrar, upon receipt of such order, shall rectify the register accordingly.
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