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Hi, For registered land, there are three principles. The Mirror Principle is the idea that you can 'hold up a mirror' to the land and the title document will 'reflect' all the important details that a purhcaser must know before buying the land (e.g., legal and equitable interests). The Curtain Principle is the idea that the purchaser should not be concerned with any interests that don't bother them and these interests should be 'hidden behind the curtain'. The Insurance Principle encapsulates the idea that if a title is duly registered, the accuracy of the register is guranteed by the State. In the event that the register is inaccurate, it will be rectified, altered, or compensated. For co-ownership, there are four main principles. Unity of Possession - where each party is entitled to occupy the whole of the land and nobody can exlcude either one from it. Unity of Interest - each party must hold the same interest in the property. Unity of Title - each party must acquire their interest under the same same deed/document/transaction. Unity of Time: Each owner must take ownership at the same time Note: 'tenants in common' do not have "unity of interest" as tenants in common do not own the whole together (they each own their separate shares). I hope this helps!
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