Unless the contract contains a provision to the contrary the cost of preparation of the purchase deed is borne by the buyer, but the seller is responsible for the costs of approving the deed and its execution by the seller and all other necessary parties1. The seller also bears the expense of any act necessary for perfecting his own title2.
The buyer is not bound to take a transfer with the concurrence of persons entitled to an equitable interest if the title can be discharged from the interest under a trust, or the
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