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Bank of South Australia Ltd v Ferguson (1998) 192 CLR 248

This case considered the issue of fraud and the exception to indefeasibility and whether or not a forgery by a bank manager on a loan application amounted to fraud for the purposes of the Real Property Act.

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Bank of South Australia Ltd v Ferguson (1998) 192 CLR 248
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