When the buyer receives evidence of the seller's title he must investigate that evidence to ensure that the seller is able to transfer the interest in land as described in the contract and that there are no defects in the title which might adversely affect the buyer or his lender1.
Any matters which are unclear or unsatisfactory on the face of the documents supplied by the seller can be raised as requisitions2
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