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Gibbs v Messer [1891] AC 248

This case considered the issue of indefeasibility of title and whether or not the owner of a property whose name had been replaced with that of a fictitious person through fraudulent means could restore her registered title free of a mortgage which had been secured against the property and also entered on the register.

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Gibbs v Messer [1891] AC 248
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