7 edition of The New Zealand Torrens system centennial essays found in the catalog.
The New Zealand Torrens system centennial essays
G. W. Hinde
Includes bibliographical references.
|Statement||edited by G. W. Hinde.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xv, 295 p.|
|Number of Pages||295|
|LC Control Number||72181045|
Torrens, Sir Robert Richard tŏr´ənz [key], –84, Australian statesman, b. Ireland. Son of Col. Robert Torrens (–), one of the founders of South Australia, he went to that colony in There he served (–55) in the colonial legislature. When self-government was introduced. Torrens system - Great Britain. An Englishman looks at the Torrens system: being some provocative Essays on the operation of the System after one hundred years / by Theodore B.F. Ruoff - Details - .
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Wellington. Sim, P B A (), "The compensation provisions of the Act", The New Zealand Torrens System Centennial Essays, (ed G W Hinde), Wellington, Butterworths. Land. The New Zealand Torrens system centennial essays / edited by G.W.
Hinde. KF H55 The Australian Torrens system: being a treatise on the system of land transfer and registration of title now in operation in the six states of the commonwealth of Australia, the colony of New Zealand, and Fiji and British New Guinea.
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Sim, P B A (), "The compensation provisions of the Act", The New Zealand Torrens System Centennial Essays, (ed G W Hinde), Wellington, Butterworths. The Law of. 4 The New Zealand Approach (Law Book Co, Sydney, ) as cited in Tom Bennion and others.
” in GW Hinde (ed) The New Zealand Torrens System Centennial Essays (Butterworths, Wellington, ) 33 at 5 (a) the “mirror” principle—the register should accurately and. the New Zealand Torrens System Centennial Essays, and in Whalan l4 J. Baalman, The Torrens System in New South Wales (2nd ed The Law Book Co.
Ltd, Sydney ) at A first glance at the titles of these essays might convey the impression that their main, if not their entire interest, is for New Zealand lawyers. That would no doubt be true of one or two of them, such as that on the future of the Torrens system’ in New Zealand by G.
Hinde. But of others. 12 L Esterman and J O’Keefe, ‘The Impact of Other Statutes on the Land Transfer System’ in G Hinde (ed), The New Zealand Torrens System Centennial Essays (); Hinde, above n 8, 13 Hinde, above n 8, 87; this tripartite classification was also used by Professor Whalan: Douglas Whalan, The Torrens System in Australia () File Size: KB.
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D. Whalan, ‘The origins of the Torrens System and its introduction into New Zealand’, G. Hinde (ed), The New Zealand Torrens System Centennial Essays (Wellington, ) R. Mitchell, ‘The Torrens System of land titles — its development in the land of its birth’, Commonwealth and Empire Law Conference Record, vol 1 ().
Date: From: New Zealand law students' journal, By: Ardagh, Rebecca, (University of Canterbury), INNZNA Description: Assesses the in personam claim in the Torrens system and discusses the Torrens system itself and the concept of indefeasibility as it is incorporated into the system.
Examines the way in which the in personam claim is applied alongside the Torrens principles and comments on.English, Book edition: An Englishman looks at the Torrens system: being some provocative Essays on the operation of the System after one hundred years / by Theodore B.F.
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