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Property II Exam Notes

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Complete Exam Notes for Property Law II at University of Western Australia, compiled 2013

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Technology Politics Law Labor Business Social Issues Hospitality Property law Real property law Real estate Torrens title Real property Australian property law Recording Deed Breskvar v Wall Mortgage law Legal terms
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Technology Politics Law Labor Business Social Issues Hospitality Property law Real property law Real estate Torrens title Real property Australian property law Recording Deed Breskvar v Wall Mortgage law Legal terms
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title - under the old system of conveyancing, a purchaser had to inspect all documents concerning dealings with the land in question in order to verify the vendor’s title - this is because a purchaser would be subject to any legal interests existing on the land, whether they were aware of them or not - this was a very unwieldy system, with purchasers being required to search title documents all the way back to the original Crown grant (b) the defects in the system - the difficulty of understanding the complex language of the old conveyancing documents - the need for people searching the chain to have special skills - the need to investigate the chain of title and the complexity and expense involved - the ever-increasing number of documents contained in the chain of title - the sheer volume of records that had to be stored - the insecurity of title flowing from fraud, forgery or accide...
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