43. (1) A person may, on payment of the determined fee, apply to the Registrar-General for a search of the Register for an entry about a particular registrable event.
(2) The Registrar-General may, if satisfied that—
(a) the applicant has an adequate reason for seeking the information; and
(b) the policies and any conditions set out in the statement under section 46 are satisfied;
search the Register for the entry.
(3) In deciding whether an applicant has an adequate reason for wanting information about a particular registrable event, the Registrar-General shall have regard to the matters set out in paragraphs 42 (3) (a), (b), (c) and (d) and to—
(a) the relationship, if any, between the applicant and the person to whom the information relates;
(b) the age of the entry;
(c) the contents of the entry; and
(d) any other relevant factor.