What is the primâ facie evidence of title as against Adam and those claiming under him?

Ontario, Canada


The following excerpt is from Gray v. Richford, 1877 CanLII 6 (ON CA):

It is clearly settled by the series of cases following doe Hughes v. Dyeball, M. & M. 346, that this is primâ facie evidence of title as against Adam and those claiming under him.

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