In practice the seller will usually supply his evidence of title at the draft contract stage of the transaction and may, by inclusion of a contractual provision to such effect, prevent the buyer from raising his requisitions after exchange1. The Standard Contractual Conditions2 reflect the traditional practice that investigation of title is a procedure which is undertaken after exchange of contracts and is subject to time limits imposed by the contract.
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