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Dobbie v Davidson (1991) 23 NSWLR 625

This case considered the issue of easements and whether or not the omission of a right of way over a property, from the registered title was fatal to its validity.  This case involved the statutory interpretation of the legislation dealing with the exception to indefeasibility of title relating to omitted easements.

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Dobbie v Davidson (1991) 23 NSWLR 625
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