Purchase agreement legal description of property T/W and S/T meaning.

Hi Folks,

I have placed an offer on a cottage property. The property legal description includes T/W RS##### (Together With) and S/T (Subject To) RS#####. Anybody have legal/realtor experience know if this is a bad thing? I know cottage country can be kind of sketchy at times. Also, due to a very short closing date, my lawyer cannot get the septic documents in time to ensure it was built with a permit. It is a 1985 build, wondering if it is risky to close the deal without the "Septic Use Permit" in my possession? (Ontario, Canada)

Thanks for your replies..

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