Certain documents do not need to be included in the abstract or epitome1, although they may be helpful to the buyer and may avoid subsequent queries on the title. It is good practice to include search certificates to avoid delay while the buyer repeats the searches. These documents include:
(1) documents of record and Land Charges Department search certificates2;
(2) documents relating to equitable interests which will be overreached3 on completion of the current transaction;
(3) leases which have expired by effluxion of time except where the tenant is still in possession of the property in which case evidence
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