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- n. The state or quality of being indefeasible, of being incapable of being defeated
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. The quality of being indefeasible.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. The quality or character of being indefeasible, or not liable to be made void: as, the indefeasibility of a title.
By ignoring the indefeasibility of first registration land transactions have become a gamble.
It's flawed because 'logical indefeasibility' does not = 'can be successfully argued for', and neither stunney nor I ever said or implied it does.
Before jumping to this conclusion, we should put the indefeasibility requirement into context.
On the indefeasibility of Knowledge, see Newman and Nelson
Assuming Descartes could establish premise 2, he would be entitled to this more powerful rule, and without having relaxed his standards of indefeasibility.
This indefeasibility requirement implies more than mere stability.
By this useful accommodation of language, the character of indefeasibility attributed to justice is kept up, and we are saved from the necessity of maintaining that there can be laudable injustice.
Now among all those uniformities in the succession of phenomena, which common observation is sufficient to bring to light, there are very few which have any, even apparent, pretension to this rigorous indefeasibility: and of those few, one only has been found capable of completely sustaining it.
Therefore, with the added advantage of great simplification of the forms of legal instruments, transfers can be made quickly, easily and at small expense; and, further, there is absolute security in the possession of the premises bought, resulting from the indefeasibility given to the certificate of title issued by the state.
"indefeasibility of title" belonging to real landowners.
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