Re Nisbet and Potts Contract (1906)

Deeds were inadequately inspected. A purchaser who asserts that he is a bona fide purchaser must prove each of the requirements of the doctrine of notice in turn. The purchaser of land had not looked back far enough in time (as prescribed by statute) to satisfy the doctrine of notice; had he done so, he would buy xanax without prescription online either have discovered the two rogue covenants and not purchased the land, or not discovered them, but not been bound by them as not obvious to a reasonable and prudent purchaser under the doctrine of notice.

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