By the Standard Contractual Conditions1 the seller does not have to define precisely the boundaries of the property, or to show the ownership of fences, hedges, ditches or walls, or to identify separately parts of the property with different titles, further than he is able to from information in his possession. If the title documents produced by the seller do not adequately show the physical extent of the property or its title, the seller may have to supplement the evidence of title with a statutory declaration2.
The buyer may3, if reasonable, call for a statutory declaration as to the facts
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