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Week 1 - 5 Property 2 Extensive Notes

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Boundaries to land, torrens land, co ownership, indefeasibility, and all exceptions to indefeasibility. including case summaries

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Real property law Law Property law Australian property law Land law Real estate English property law Torrens title Breskvar v Wall Frazer v Walker Equitable interest Latec Investments Ltd v Hotel Terrigal Pty Ltd Robert Torrens
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Real property law Law Property law Australian property law Land law Real estate English property law Torrens title Breskvar v Wall Frazer v Walker Equitable interest Latec Investments Ltd v Hotel Terrigal Pty Ltd Robert Torrens
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Establishing a complete chain of title back to the first Crown grant of land was expensive and required highly skilled lawyers (30 years in Qld PLA s 237(1)). There was no certainty of title. Torrens’ vision: Robert Torrens envisioned a new system of registration, the features of which were certainty of title; security of title and reduced conveyancing costs. Thus, Torrens title was introduced in Queensland under the Real Property Act 1861 (after SA in 1858) and was made compulsory under the Property Law Act 1974. There is no longer any old system title in Queensland, though there is in other states, particularly New South Wales. Modern legislation is the Land Title Act 1994 (Qld). THREE PRINCIPLES OF TORRENS Mirror Principle: register must accurately reflect all fact...
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