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Amend the definition of Completion Date:
[insert date] being the completion date fixed by the Original Contract
Add the following definitions:
an agreement dated [insert date] and made between (1) the Original Seller and (2) the Seller, by which the Seller has contracted to purchase the Property from the Original Seller
Replace clause 5.2 with the following:
5.2 The legal estate in the Property is not vested in the Seller who has contracted to purchase the Property [together with other property] from the Original Seller under the Original Contract[ and the Seller will direct the Original Seller to transfer the Property directly to the Buyer]
5.3 Title to the Property will be deduced in accordance with the Original Contract and will include:
5.3.1 a copy of the Original Contract[ and a direction by the Seller to the Original Seller to transfer the Property directly to the Buyer]
5.3.2 [an examined abstract of the unregistered title beginning with [specify root of title] OR an official copy of the entries subsisting on the register of title number [insert title number] showing the Original Seller as the registered proprietor]
5.3.3 [all necessary searches at the Land Charges Registry and Companies Registra
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