(1) This section applies if an application is made for approval of a dealing in so far as it relates to a particular title.
(2) The Minister must—
(a) approve the dealing; or
(b) refuse to approve the dealing—
in so far as it relates to that title.
Section 538 limits the power conferred on the Minister by this section. Section 538 is about approval of a dealing that was entered into before the title came into existence.
(3) The Minister must, by written notice given to the applicant, notify the applicant of the Minister's decision.
(4) If the Minister refuses to approve the dealing in so far as it relates to that title, the Minister must make a notation of the refusal in the Register.