Koompahtoo Aboriginal Land Council v CKT [2006] NSWSC 862

These were proceedings brought by an Aboriginal Land Rights Council to escpae a mortgage. The council argued that the party that signed the mortgage lacked authority, the lender argued on the basis that authority existed and indefeasibility protected the mortgage in any event. The court found authority existed and so did not need to consider the indefeasibility argument.

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