A buyer of an unregistered title who inspects the property is deemed to have notice of the rights of occupiers1. Where the title is registered, the rights of occupiers may be overriding interests2. It is uncertain whether the rights of occupiers fall within the duty of disclosure. The accepted view3 is that a full disclosure of occupiers' rights should be made. Unless the contract provides to the contrary, the duty of disclosure includes matters which would be revealed by a local land charges search4. Where the contract does not contain an effective clause excluding such matters from the duty
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