Yes, the buyer is always free to accept the risk of a title
defect, but should first consult with a lawyer to make sure the
risk is minimal.
There often are ways to reduce the risk to manageable proportions. Alert Property Group recommend you receive legal advice on this matter.
Or if there is a boundary line dispute, you as the buyer may decide to buy the property anyway if only a small piece of the property is involved in the dispute.
Your reasoning may be that even if you lose the disputed area, the remaining land that you are buying is well worth what you are paying.
Similarly, if there is some problem with the building itself – say, a defective heating and air conditioning system – and the seller is not willing to fix it, you may decide that you are getting such a good deal on the building that you will proceed with the purchase despite the defect.