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Property B Notes

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Exceptions to Indefeasibility, Fraud as an exception to indefeasibility, Equitable interests, mortgages.

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Real property law Property law Law Australian property law Real estate Common law English property law Torrens title Breskvar v Wall Frazer v Walker Adverse possession Easement Clinton
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Real property law Property law Law Australian property law Real estate Common law English property law Torrens title Breskvar v Wall Frazer v Walker Adverse possession Easement Clinton
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But, any innocent 3rd party who subsequently becomes registered will be protected. (Gibbs v Messer). -­‐ Direct or Immediate indefeasibility: Registra,on will create a protected interest. Only one of the excep,ons to indefeasibility will defeat the registered interest. (Breskvar v Wall, Frazer v Walker) Four core indefeasibility provisions: 1. s. 68: RP estate is paramount (no reference to purchaser, seems to suggest that even if you are a volunteer you are protected) just talk about a RP, no dis,nc,on between a purchaser and a volunteer 2. s. 199: RP (reference to proprietor, i.e. no ref to purchaser, proprietor is protected regardless of whether volunteer or ...
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