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28. Entry of Administrator-General not to constitute notice of a trust.-

The entry of theAdministrator-General by that name in the books of a company shall not constitute notice of a trust, and a company shall not be entitled to object to entering the name of the Administrator-General on its register by reason only that the Administrator-General is a corporation, and in dealing with assets the fact that the person dealt with is the Administrator-General shall not of itself constitute notice of a trust.

Administrators General Act, 1963 Back

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