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A buyer’s local authority search result has been substantially delayed. Both parties are happy to have a contract which is conditional upon the result being received and there being no negative impact on the marketable value of the property. Do you have a Precedent for such a contract or a particular contract clause?

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Published on LexisPSL on 27/11/2019

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  • A buyer’s local authority search result has been substantially delayed. Both parties are happy to have a contract which is conditional upon the result being received and there being no negative impact on the marketable value of the property. Do you have a Precedent for such a contract or a particular contract clause?

See Precedent: Clause—agreement conditional on satisfactory results of local land charges search already submitted: Encyclopaedia of Forms and Precedents [1151].

Note that if a condition is so vague or indefinite that the intention of the parties’ cannot be ascertained with reasonable certainty, the condition is void for uncertainty, as was the case in Lee-Parker v Izzet (No 2), where the contract provided th

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