Where, as regards unregistered land, a document affecting the title is not to be handed over on completion, the buyer may want the seller to endorse a memorandum of the transaction on the deed or deeds retained by the seller, for example on the sale of part of unregistered land where the buyer is entitled to insist on the endorsement of the memorandum on the most recent in date of the seller's retained title deeds under the Law of Property Act 19251 (where the seller enters into new restrictive covenants), or where the purchase is from personal representatives of a
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