In the absence of any provision for the protection of purchasers, evidence must be furnished that the event on which the power of sale is to arise has happened1. Where a sale is made in exercise of the statutory power2, the purchaser's title is not impeachable on the ground that:
(1) no case had arisen to authorise the sale3;
(2) due notice was not given4;
(3) the permission of the court, when required, was not obtained5; or
(4) the power was otherwise improperly or irregularly exercised6.
A purchaser is also, whether before or on conveyance7, not concerned to see or
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