The court considered the effect of a conveyance where an inspection of the ground revealed a mistake in the description of the land.
 1 All ER 74,  1 WLR 161
England and Wales
Cited – Grigsby v Melville CA 6-Jul-1973
The seller had owned two adjoing properties. He sold one off to the plaintiff, describing it in the conveyance as ‘all that dwellinghouse’. A cellar under the part sold off had access only from the retained property, but contained supports for the . .
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Updated: 31 July 2022; Ref: scu.244815