The buyer's time limit for verifying title (that is, comparing the original deeds against the evidence of title supplied by the seller) expires with the time limit for raising requisitions1.
The Standard Contractual Conditions2 provide that the buyer must raise his requisitions within six working days after the date of the contract or delivery of evidence of title by the seller, whichever is later. In practice, where title is deduced before exchange of contracts, the right to raise requisitions on certain matters after exchange will be precluded by the Standard Contractual Conditions3. Strictly therefore the buyer has no right to
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