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Pixiedust347
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If agreement has taken place to purchase a property and contracts have been drawn up, which do not include fixtures and fittings as verbally agreed, if deed is signed is this legally binding?

Have read that it would be void BUT if deed was signed and exchanged wouldn't the new terms be legally binding?
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PS Help is not the place to ask. We review people's personal statements for applying to uni here. I have moved your thread to the appropriate sub-forum instead.
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Wouldn't the fixtures and stuff be implied in the contract, ie. you dont have to actually say it and expect to get it in the contract.
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