In this week’s Conveyancing Q&A, Hilary Jenkins talks about property sharing agreements.
cleaning and rubbish removal. The out of town vendor didn’t clean it satisfactorily (the oven hadn’t been touched) and there were several trailer
loads under the house. This was pointed out to the agent before going unconditional.
Your agreement will list the chattels for the property within the agreement and the listed chattels form part of the purchase price. A vendor is therefore
obligated to provide the listed chattels to you at
the chattels listed in the agreement.
If your vendor is wanting you to purchase other chattels she wishes to leave behind, you are not bound to agree to purchase these and they should be removed
by the vendor by
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Hilary is the director of Lifestyle Legal Services and a veteran of the conveyancing industry having built up an impressive work history of over 20 years (15 of which as a Registered Legal Executive).
To date, Hilary has played an integral part in the success of a wide range of residential and commercial transactions. Lifestyle Legal stem out of Hilary’s passion for the property industry and desire to offer clear and down-to-earth advice for her customers.
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