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(p. 87) 8. Deducing and investigating title 

(p. 87) 8. Deducing and investigating title
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(p. 87) 8. Deducing and investigating title
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Robert Abbey

and Mark Richards

DOI:
10.1093/he/9780198858409.003.0008
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date: 20 June 2021

Deducing title is the process by which the seller demonstrates to the buyer that the seller owns the property and can convey it. In a modern conveyancing transaction the parties will deduce and investigate title before contracts are exchanged. This chapter explains the process of deducing title; investigating title; and some special title situations.

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