The buyer's solicitor is only entitled to raise requisitions on the title which he has, by contractual condition, agreed to accept. With an exception1, he cannot in the case of unregistered land require production of documents prior to the root of title2.
The buyer's right to raise requisitions may be excluded by a condition in the contract. Such a restriction only takes effect on exchange of contracts and does not preclude the buyer from raising queries in relation to that particular matter before contracts are exchanged. If the seller wishes to restrict or exclude the buyer's right to raise requisitions
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