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LAW 703 Study Guide - Final Guide: Royal Lepage, Fiduciary, Fundamental Breach


Department
Law
Course Code
LAW 703
Professor
Nick Iannazzo
Study Guide
Final

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Main Topic Issue Case Holding
Title Insurance Gemeinhardt V. Babic
Title Insurance
Nadvornianski V.
Stewart Title Guaranty
Company
Land Titles Act,
Principles
Durrani V. Augier
Fraud, Deferred
Indefeasibility
Durrani V. Augier
Augier and Zettlers
got no interest,
Bank did
(innocent). Bank
mortgage remains,
Durranis remain
owners.
Land Titles Act,
Trusts
Di Michelle V. Di
Michelle
Actual Notice
Doctrine, Land Titles
Act
United Trust V.
Dominion
Fraud, Deferred
Indefeasibility
CIBC V. Computershare
A person’s interest
is now defeasible
only if that person
received their
interest from a
fraudulent person=
being a forger or
fictitious person.
Rabi V. Rosu
Immediate
Indefeasibility
Household Realty Corp
V. Liu
Fraud
Lawrence V. Maple
Trust
Fraud, Double
deferred
Indefeasibility (NO
LONGER A THING)
Reviczky V. Meleknia

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Reasoning Page
Bare trustee can make a claim
on behalf of beneficiaries and
beneficiaries can make claim
once proved
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Durrani’s are true owner and
Augier is fraudster. Fraudster
sold house to Zettlers who had
actual/deemed notice of fraud.
Zettler got a mortgage from
bank. Bank has no notice of
fraud.
857
835
Leases for over 3 years must be
registered. Dominion used the
actual notice doctrine to save
their unregistered lease of over
3 years the purchaser had
actual notice of the lease
before purchase.
839
If the forger or his or her
accomplice goes on title in his
or her own name, the innocent
person who takes title from the
forger or accomplice will get
good title. If a fictitious person
goes on title – innocent person
will not get good title
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871
866
Opportunity to Avoid Trust 878
Bank could have avoided fraud
with Due Diligence
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