A new, accurate description of the property must be drafted to describe the land in the particulars of sale of the contract because the description of the land in the seller's existing register or title deeds will not be adequate. It is usually necessary to identify the land by reference to a plan1. It will also usually be necessary to refer to the land which is to remain in the ownership of the seller after the sale ('the retained land'), for example in relation to easements and reservations; this land must therefore be defined verbally in the contract and
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