Torrens system

Torrens system,

Definition of Torrens system:

  1. A system of land title registration, adopted originally in Australia and later in some states of the US.

  2. Land registration system in which the government is the keeper of all land and title records, and a land title serves as a certificate of full, indefeasible, and valid ownership. Invented by Sir Robert Torrens, the 19th century reformer of Australian land laws, it has also been adopted by several US counties and Canadian provinces.

How to use Torrens system in a sentence?

  1. So that Sealark has a form of legal title because the Federal Courts order gave it the title to the assets and the Corporations Law itself gave it the title to the assets, but it was not a title by registration under the Torrens system.

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