At common law time is impliedly of the essence of the completion date where the subject matter of the contract makes it so, for example on the sale of a business as a going concern, or the sale of a wasting asset1. In such cases time will therefore be of the essence unless this implication is expressly negated by a condition to the contrary in the contract2.
By the Standard Contractual Conditions
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