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Torrens & Registration

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This paper will examines the Torrens system of property registration, founded on the concept of indefeasibility of title. Particular attention is given to outlining both the requirements for obtaining a secure title, and the ways in which Torrens promotes the facility of transfer.

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Law Social Issues Property Property law Real property law Real estate Torrens title Real property Australian property law Deed Breskvar v Wall Mortgage law Robert Torrens
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Law Social Issues Property Property law Real property law Real estate Torrens title Real property Australian property law Deed Breskvar v Wall Mortgage law Robert Torrens
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Particular attention will then be devoted to outlining both the requirements for obtaining a secure title, and the ways in which Torrens promotes the facility of transfer. Indefeasibility is not an absolute concept though, although it removed the need for purchasers to perform retrospective investigations of title, and an analysis of the exception of fraud will form the basis of discussion for the rest of the paper. It is therefore the intention of this paper to clarify the effect of fraud in weakening a secure title, enabling claims in personam to ...
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