What is the effect of taking a conveyance by one having only a possessory title?

Ontario, Canada


The following excerpt is from Webb v. Marsh, 1892 CanLII 35 (ON CA):

The effect of taking a conveyance by one having only a possessory title is discussed in Gray v. Richford, 1 A.R. 112; 1878 CanLII 4 (SCC), 2 S.C.R. 431.

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