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Wicks v Bennett (1921) 30 CLR 80

This case considered the issue of indefeasibility of title and whether or not the actions of the registered owner who knew of the existence of an unregistered interest in the form of a fixed price lease agreement in the property that he purchased amounted to fraud.

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