The Torrens System of Realty Titles: A Comparative Analysis of the Bill Introduced by Mr. Prentice of the Assembly to Establish the Torrens System in New York and the Adopted Torrens Acts of Manitoba (1885 and 1889), California (1897), Colorado (1903), Illinois (1897), Massachusetts (1898), Minnesota (1901), Oregon (1901)

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Lawyers' Co-operative Publishing Company, 1907 - Torrens system - 102 pages
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Page 86 - Whoever fraudulently procures, assists in fraudulently procuring, or is privy to the fraudulent procurement of any certificate of title or other instrument, or of any entry in the register or other book kept in the registrar's office, or of any erasure or alteration in any entry in any...
Page 94 - State aforesaid, do hereby certify that , personally known to me, to be the same person whose name is subscribed to the foregoing...
Page 49 - ... memorial setting forth the occasion of such cancellation, and referring to the volume and folium of the new certificate or certificates of title so issued.
Page 54 - July 25, 1887, and the certificate of location was filed in the office of the county clerk and recorder of the county in which the location was made on August 29, 1887.
Page 87 - ... assists in forging the name, signature, or handwriting of any person whomsoever to any instrument which is expressly or impliedly authorized to be signed by such person; or...
Page 19 - A deed, mortgage, lease, or other instrument purporting to convey, transfer, mortgage, lease, charge, or otherwise deal with registered land, or any estate or interest therein, or charge upon the same, other than a will or a lease...
Page 94 - Instrument as free and voluntary act, for the uses and purposes therein set forth. Given under my hand and seal, this day of AD 19—.
Page 62 - In case only a part of the charge or of the land is intended to be released, discharged or surrendered, the entry shall be made accordingly, but when the whole is released, discharged, or surrendered, at the same or several times, the registrar shall stamp across the instrument on file, and the memorial on thereof, and the duplicate or certified copy produced, the word "cancelled".
Page 56 - ... first registration ; and all other dealings shall be considered as registered when the memorial or notation shall have been entered in the register upon the folium constituted by the existing certificate of title of the land. But, for the protection of the transferee or person claiming through any transfer or dealing, the registration shall relate back to the time of filing in the registrar's office the deed, instrument, or notice, pursuant to which the transfer memorial or notation is made.
Page 35 - Whether any other person has any estate or claims any interest in the land, in law or equity, in possession, remainder, reversion or expectancy, and if any, set forth the name and postoffice address of every such person and the nature of his estate or claim.

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