If a vendor has no title to the mines and minerals1, a purchaser of land may be entitled to compensation under a clause in the contract providing that errors in the particulars are to be the subject of compensation2; and compensation has been obtained by purchasers in cases in which a provision of the contract was not relied on3; but a purchaser cannot obtain compensation if he has gone into possession and has not objected to the title within the time named by the contract4
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