If the contract provides for the use of a plan1, the purchase deed will also refer to the plan. In other cases the buyer is not entitled to demand that a plan is used with the purchase deed unless the description of the property as afforded by the contract and title deeds is inadequate without one. If the buyer wishes to use a plan in circumstances where he is not entitled to demand one, he may do so with the seller's consent but will have to bear the cost of its preparation2. A plan is usually necessary when dealing
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