Torrens System in NSW Online

Torrens System in NSW Online

By R A Woodman, K Nettle, Frank Ticehurst, Peter Butt, Leanne Hughes, Jennifer Stuckey-Clarke


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Date: 05/09/2001

Code: 41167544

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The Torrens System New South Wales, gives title to land by registration and this register is kept at the Land Titles Office. The system ensures that ownership of property is guarded by more than just physical possession of the certificate of title.  The legislation governing Torrens Title in New South Wales is the  Real Property Act 1900. In this service this Act and the selected extracts from the Conveyancing Act 1919 are robustly annotated by  Leanne Hughes, Senior Legal Officer, Department of Lands, NSW and Jennifer Stuckey-Clarke, barrister at 15 Wardell Chambers.

The service provides insightful commentary on the application of the legislation as interpreted by the courts. The cases selected for the New Case Digest complement the discussion in the main text.  The introduction of Significant Cases focuses primarily on judgments which are related to the areas of indefeasibility and claims against the Torrens Assurance Fund and  incorporate catchwords and author notes that detail the relevance of each case. The cases are cross-referenced to where they are discussed in the main text.

Leanne Hughes, Senior Officer of the Department of Lands, and Jennifer Stuckey-Clarke, barrister, are the current authors of the service.

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