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P R I O R I T Y
does B bind C?
1. is it a property right?
2. is it legal or equitable?
3. Is B's interest overreached?
4. If not, apply relevant property regimes:
unregistered legal binds all
equitable doctrine of noticeentry of notice
- overriding interest except LCA 1972 e.g. restrictive covenants.
otherwise, there is the s.29 defence
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