A purchaser1 is not prejudicially affected by notice of any instrument or matter capable of registration under the Land Charges Act 1972 which is void or not enforceable as against him under that Act by reason of its non-registration2, or by notice of any other instrument or matter, unless it is within his own knowledge or has in the transaction in question3 come to the knowledge of his counsel or solicitor or other agent as such4, or would have come to his knowledge
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