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All conveyancers are aware of the principle of ‘caveat emptor’ – let the buyer beware. The fact that the seller has to give only limited information to a buyer means that a prudent conveyancer will raise a large number of enquiries and carry out extensive searches prior to exchange of contracts. But problems do still occur as is demonstrated by two recent cases where buyers only found out about proposed development near to the property that were buying after exchange of contracts. The cases are interesting as they produced two different results.
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