332. Agreement for sale.

(2)     Particular Kinds of Evidence

(i)     Acts of the Parties

332.     Agreement for sale.

Like other extrinsic evidence, an agreement for the sale of property is admissible in interpreting, but not for the purpose of contradicting, the subsequent conveyance1. A contract which includes a draft transfer showing the land to be transferred binds the vendor to convey the property so delineated2.

Particulars of sale at an auction at which property was sold have been admitted as evidence of boundaries3 where the conveyance was ambiguous4, and to rebut the presumption that