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Torrens in the United States a legal and economic history and analysis of American land-registration systems by Blair C. Shick

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Published by Heath, (Distributed by) Teakfield Ltd in Lexington, Mass.), (Farnborough, Hants.) ((1 Westmead, Farnborough, Hants. GU14 7RU)) .
Written in English


  • Torrens system -- United States.

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StatementBlair C. Shick, Irving H. Plotkin.
ContributionsPlotkin, Irving H.
The Physical Object
Paginationxi,178p. :
Number of Pages178
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL21585619M
ISBN 100669026662

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Torrens system eventually reached the United States.'7 A darling of American law reformers in the late nineteenth and early twentieth centuries, legislation first authorized Torrens titles in Illinois in " By , eighteen more states made Torrens available.' 9 So.   Torrens aren’t necessarily unique to Minnesota – there are 10 other states in the United States that have some form of the Torrens system. But each state differs in . It also spread into the US, first in Illinois in A handful of states offer Torrens title, including Hawaii, New York, Washington and Colorado. Some states, like Illinois, have moved away.   Excerpt from An Analysis of the Torrens System of Conveying Land: With References to the Torrens Statutes of Australia, England, Ireland, Canada and the United States; With an Appendix Containing the Original Torrens Act In this work there is a repetition and reiteration of phrases and : Paperback.