imputed notice

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An agent's knowledge of facts that the law presumes the person employing him (the principal) to have, irrespective of his actual knowledge of those facts. A purchaser of land has imputed notice of all matters relating to the purchase of which his agent (e.g. a solicitor) has (or ought reasonably to have) knowledge. See also actual notice; constructive notice; notice.

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