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|Title:||The Crown and possessory title of Torrens land in South Australia|
|Citation:||Property Law Review, 2016; 6(1):46-58|
|Abstract:||This article recounts the events surrounding the Carey Gulley Squatter in the Adelaide Hills of South Australia and, using those events as a factual matrix: (i) explores the operation of escheat/bona vacantia in relation to South Australian Torrens land; (ii) considers possessory title to South Australian Torrens land, with a particular focus on the nature of that right, both before adverse possession might become available (what this article will call “inchoate possessory title”), and after (“possessory title”); and (iii) examines the caveatability of either form of title, whether in respect of a registered proprietor or of the Crown.|
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|Appears in Collections:||Law publications|
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