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To raise the price of, or accept a higher offer for, land, buildings, etc., on which a sale price has been agreed but before the exchange of contracts has taken place. The intending purchaser with whom the sale price had been verbally agreed has no remedy, even though he or she may have incurred expenditure on legal fees, surveys, etc.

Subjects: Financial Institutions and Services — Law.

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