• ching vs ca evidence case
    and his counsel, which is censurable. The complaint for cancellation of Ching Leng's Torrens Title must be filed in the original land registration case, RTC, Pasig, Rizal, sitting as a land registration court in accordance with Section 112 of the Land Registration Act (Act No. 496, as amended) not in...
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  • Case Digest
    centum of the value of the products that she might obtain from the 4 parcels “from the moment she takes possession of them until the Torrens certificate of title be issued in her favor.” It was likewise covenanted that “within one year from the date of the certificate of title in favor of Marciana Felix...
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  • Land Law
    Lands New South Wales. REFERENCES Amatek Ltd v Googoorewon Ltd (1993) 176 CLR 471 http://www.austlii.edu.au/au/cases/cth/high_ct/176clr471.html [accessed April 10, 2002] Arter, F W (1960-61) “A review of the Torrens system and some aspects of title survey”, Australian Surveyor 18: 108. Barrie...
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  • Specpro Case Digests
    approximately 70 hectares, more or less, located at Sangayad, Ulong-Tubig, Carmona, Cavite. He sought to bring said land under the operation of the Torrens System of registration of property. Unfortunately, he died in 1921 without the title having been issued to him. The application was prosecuted by his...
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  • Essay
    of increase in area – although alluvion is automatically owned by the riparian owner from the moment the soil deposit can be seen, it does not automatically become registered land, just because the land which receives such accretion is covered by a Torrens titles, thereby making the alluvial...
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  • Torrens
    TORRENS PRIORITIES 1.Priority between two or more registered interests is in general determined by the date of their respective registrations. (Of course it is always open for respective mortgage lenders (or any other interest holder of an interest in land) to agree between themselves another...
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  • About Law
    transfer process. As you will remember from Real Property there are some rules that are different for land under Old System Title and land under the provisions of the Real Property Act (or Torrens title). While the law relating to the creation of contracts for the sale of land do not differ...
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  • Property Law Notes
    of mortgage. d) A cannot remove machinery where C interest is legal and was taken for value without notice of A’s interest, because in such circumstances C’s interest prevails over A’s. If the land is under Torrens Title, then: a) A can remove the machinery where C’s interest is...
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  • Shelter
    : To establish good title an ‘unbroken’ chain of title of 30 years needed to be established. All the deeds of past transfers of ownership form the chain of title. Establishing old systems title can be very complicated, time consuming and expensive. * Torrens Title: Governed by the Real Property...
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  • The Digital Registry of Deeds It Transforms Land Records Access & Management
    in all counties throughout America. The officials (Registrars of Deeds) responsible for the records have no legal effect on the accuracy or evaluation of the title information and “is left entirely to interested private parties” (Thomas, 1997). The Torrens System was created to put forth the...
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  • Mabo Assignment
    Native Title and its ramifications for Australian Law The Torrens Title System: A system devised to recognise provable ownership of land by Law. Australia initially adopted the British system using Title of Ownership, deeds of grant and following the doctrine on tenure where the Crown, is the...
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  • Cadia Case Analysis
    copper minerals was granted away by the Crown to private landowners by legislation. The lands on which Cadia Holdings conducts its operations were held by Cadia Holdings and Newcrest under the provisions of the Real Property Act 1900 (NSW). However, the titles may be traced to Crown grants which were...
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  • Manotoc vs Ca Digest
    committee for both businesses. Such was granted. However, pending disposition of a case filed with SEC, the latter requested the Commissioner of Immigration not to clear him for departure. Consequently, a memorandum to this effect was issued. There was a torrens title submitted to and accepted...
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  • Equitable Mortgage
    In one paragraph each, explain how equitable mortgage can arise in the two cases? In the case of Chuah Eng Kong v Malayan Banking Bhd, a loan agreement in which the borrower bought a land by borrowing the purchase price from the lender and assigning all the rights, title and interest of the...
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  • Department of Agrarianreform
    acquire: 16 has. for private individuals and 1,024 has. for corporations. * Land Registration Act of 1902 (Act No. 496) – Provided for a comprehensive registration of land titles under the Torrens system. * Public Land Act of 1903 – introduced the homestead system in the Philippines...
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  • guide in buying real estate
    fees An adapted form of the "Torrens" system of land registration is used in the Philippines. The system was adapted to assure a buyer that if he buys a land covered by an Original Certificate of Title (OCT) or the Transfer Certificate of Title (TCT) issued by the Registry of Deeds, the same will...
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  • Digest in Land Titles and Deeds
    levy upon Talisay-Silay’s property valid? HELD NO. Talisay-Silay’s right of ownership is evidenced by its certificate of title. In Demasiado vs. Velasco, the SC sustained the indefeasibility and conclusiveness of a torrens title, ruling that: “Under Section 47 of the Land Registration Act...
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  • Property Law
    is a deed registration system that enables ownership of land only through their predecessors in title. The Torrens system developed by Sir Robert Richard Torrens is a system that registers lands through claims of ownership. Purchasers should be concerned only about the owners of the land and not the...
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  • Notes
    has. for private individuals and 1,024 has. for corporations.   Land Registration Act of 1902 (Act No. 496) – Provided for a comprehensive registration of land titles under the Torrens system.   Public Land Act of 1903 – introduced the homestead system in the Philippines.   Tenancy Act of 1933...
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  • Agrarian Reform History
    of 1902 (Act No. 496) – Provided for a comprehensive registrationof land titles under the Torrens system. Public Land Act of 1903 – introduced the homestead system in the Philippines. Tenancy Act of 1933 (Act No. 4054 and 4113) – regulated relationships betweenlandowners and tenants of rice (50...
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