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indefeasible

Legal Definition of indefeasible

Adjective

  1. A right or title in property that cannot be made void, defeated or canceled by any past event, error or omission in the title.

    Example: Certificates of title issued under a Torrens land titles system is said to be "indefeasible" because the government warrants that no interest burdens the title other than those on the certificate. This makes long and expensive title searches unnecessary.

Definition of indefeasible

Adjective

indefeasible

  1. not liable to being annulled or declared void.

Antonyms

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