What can be done when a buyer found out that the size of the lot in the Deed of Restrictions and Contract to Sell that he originally signed did not match with what is indicated in the title?

If the sale is on a per square meter basis and the area turns out to be smaller, the buyer is entitled to a reduction of the price. In the same way the area turns out to be bigger, the buyer should pay for the increase in area.

In other case, the buyer may have opt to rescind the contract if he would not have bought the property had he known of the difference in the area

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