It is unlikely a Court will make such order unless the Certificate of Title has lost its indefeasibility under Subsections (a) (b) (c) (d) (e) or (f) of Section 161.
Certain requirements must be met by applicants before the order of the court can be registered and noted on the Register Book of Titles.
Where the Court orders that property jointly owned be vested in one of the registered owners or land owned by a party be vested in another party then both parties are to give effect to the order. The necessary instruments to give effect to the order should be signed by both parties and in default to be signed by the Registrar of the Supreme Court. An order of the court vesting the property will form the basis of the transfer.
In cases where the party is unable, refuses to sign the transfer, cannot be found or any other reason the transfer cannot be obtained within a reasonable time an application to the Court for the Registrar of the Court to sign the instrument necessary to effect a transfer is required