The schedule to the contract provides space for listing information concerning any encumbrances, tenancies, notices and encroachments affecting the property.
For example, if the house is tenanted, the schedule should set out the details of the lease agreement and its expiry date. Both the vendor and purchaser should ensure that the schedule is clearly set out and should satisfy themselves that all matters have been listed.
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