they cannot be applied to bona fide purchaser
, unless directly specified
The proviso in section 27(b)(i) did not apply because Mr Levy could not show that he was a bona fide purchaser
for value without notice.
or acquired it afterward as a bona fide purchaser
Thus, if a bona fide purchaser
acquires a fee simple interest from a rogue and then transfers that interest to another bona fide purchaser
, the second purchaser would acquire indefeasible title, but the first would not.
Title remains in A, but to a bona fide purchaser
(17) who does a title search, B appears to be the owner of part of the land granted to A.
On appeal, the county argued that when a developer conveys to a bona fide purchaser
a lot that was previously assessed at the developer's acquisition cost, the lot must be revalued at its purchase price regardless of whether it contains a building.
I observe that to impose the requirement of bona fide purchaser
for value in section 43 appears to negate the discrimination imposed by the statute--why distinguish between instances of registration according to whether there was fraud if the end result is the same?
That, however, is not likely to be the case because the buyer, to be secure in title (meaning superior to all others), must be a bona fide purchaser
without notice of the pending action and the possibility that the seller may be obligated, through the loss of a specific performance suit, to convey title to another earlier contracting party.
For example, the mortgage may not be perfected under state law against a bona fide purchaser
if the signatures on the loan documents were not properly acknowledged; the documents were improperly delivered or executed; the person or entity executing the loan documents on behalf of the borrower was improperly authorized; the description of the collateral was incorrect, or the mortgage was indexed against the wrong name or the wrong parcel, (N.
It appeared that EDEA's argument was that EDEA was a bona fide purchaser
for value, who took the premises free of the unrecorded lease.
The Bankruptcy Code creates a hypothetical bona fide purchaser
and states that if the lien was not perfected or enforceable at the time of the bankruptcy filing, the hypothetical bona fide purchaser
may avoid the lien.
Even then it was clear that the Convention required special rules which would deviate from the tried and trusted rules promoting exchange of goods, in the first place Article 2014 of the Dutch Civil Code, then in force, which protected the bona fide purchaser
of a movable object at the cost of the dispossessed owner.