In any proceedings relating to land1, the court may order the land, or part of it, to be sold2. On a transfer of the legal estate to the buyer the consents of persons who have only equitable interests in the property are not necessary3. Where the court has made an order for sale4, it may order any party to deliver up to the buyer or any other person possession of the land, receipt of rents or profits relating to it, or both5. The order is not to be invalidated as against a buyer on the grounds of lack of
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