Last week, we said a property buyer should have an agreement to make sure he or she gets the deposit back if something turns out to be wrong with the title.
But what could be wrong with the title? And why does it matter to you if you are buying or long-leasing property?
Let's look at an example. Suppose you have decided to buy a two-bedroom house at a development close to the sea.
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