The seller or buyer of any interest in land may apply to the court1 by way of the vendor and purchaser summons procedure under the Law of Property Act 19252 to ask the court to determine specific questions arising out of or connected with the contract, not being a question affecting the existence or validity of the contract3, nor will the court rule on matters of fact4. The court has discretion to make any order it thinks fit including an order as to costs but will not make a general order for damages5. Although not commonly used, the procedure
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