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BFP

Abbreviation for:
bound for pleasure (BDSM)

BFP

Biological false positive, see there.
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bona fide purchaser also arises in the case of the expiry of the statue
In a system of immediate indefeasibility, bona fide purchasers for value of the fee simple interest acquire indefeasible title on registration of their interest, even if acquired from a rogue on the basis of a forged instrument.
Suppose O sells to A, who does not record, and then O sells to B, a bona fide purchaser, who also does not record.
(43) However, if the tracing rules are presumed to be consistent with the priorities rules, then the principal should be able to trace even against a defendant who is a bona fide purchaser of an equitable estate.
As a bona fide purchaser for value his security of title was not in dispute once he was entered in the register as the registered proprietor.
Each of these potential "routine" title defects could, under state law, allow a bona fide purchaser or mortgagee for value without notice, a judgment creditor or lienor, or under certain circumstances, a mechanic's lienor, to avoid or take lien priority over all or a part of the lender's mortgage.
It appeared that EDEA's argument was that EDEA was a bona fide purchaser for value, who took the premises free of the unrecorded lease.
Another class of avoidable statutory lien is where the lien is not perfected or enforceable against a "bona fide purchaser".
'In view of the forgoing, and having reviewed the submissions of the parties and documents submitted, the Commission hereby reconsiders its decision and finds that the titles to the properties be upheldrevocation shall not be effected against a bona fide purchaser for value without notice of a defect in the title,' Swazuri wrote.
Even then it was clear that the Convention required special rules which would deviate from the tried and trusted rules promoting exchange of goods, in the first place Article 2014 of the Dutch Civil Code, then in force, which protected the bona fide purchaser of a movable object at the cost of the dispossessed owner.
Roseview did not seek a deficiency judgment after the foreclosure sale on the property since the ultimate sale to a bona fide purchaser had not as yet taken place.