Where the contract contains an inadequate description of the property, oral evidence has been admitted to complete the identification1. 'The property' alone is insufficient2, but the following incomplete descriptions have sufficed: 'this place'3, 'property' sold to a named person at a stated auction4; 'my house'5; 'Mr Ogilvie's house'6; 'the house etc in Newport', coupled with a statement that the deeds were in the possession of a named person7; 'the intended new public house at Putney'8; '24 acres of land, freehold, and all appurtenances at Totmonslow'9; 'house being sold for £500 from' the defendant10; 'the mill property including cottages in
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