Dear George

The Castle

It was very brave of you to do your own conveyancing when you bought The Castle. Unfortunately, now you are wishing to sell, it has come to light that you did not in fact acquire title to either the drawbridge or the moat.

I am confident, however, that I shall find a way of overcoming these ‘little local difficulties’, as you call them, and in the meantime I suggest you have a look at the notes on Selling on our website.

Your agents tell me one prospective buyer was particularly interested to know if the contents of the dungeon were included in the sale and we need to make the position clear so there are no misunderstandings.

Julian Chapman

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