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Law assignment for property law. University of New England Assignment Type: Essay Due date: 28 September 2011 Weight: 40% Length: 2,500 words Task Description: Below is a case-scenario. Prepare a well-researched brief that covers the relevant legal issues (appropriately referenced). Tony is a New South Wales solicitor who has mainly dealt with taxation legal problems over the last ten years but he wishes to expand his practice into property litigation. He would like to refresh his knowledge on indefeasibility of title under the Torrens system in NSW. He is particularly interested in the timing of indefeasibility and the exceptions to indefeasibility. Like most busy legal practitioners, Tony has very little time to do in depth research into a matter outside of his immediate day to day cases. He approaches you and asks you to do research into indefeasibility of title under the Torrens system and provide him with a succinct paper which covers the relevant legal issues. Tony is aware that the legal texts may be out of date so he asks you to research recent case law and recent journals to see whether or not there have been any important changes in the judicial stance or academic stance with regards to indefeasibility of title.
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Free . For discussion purposes. I INTRODUCTION The factual background of the case suggests that Darel, as a former director at RC, may have breached his duties under the general law and the s.183 of Corporations Act 2001 (Cth). It also can be argued that Darel breached the terms of his employment contract. OT as new Darel’s employer is potentially liable for any loss suffered by RC as a result of alleged breach of fiduciary duty by Darel.  Corporations Act 2001 (Cth) s. 183.