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The "Oh", "Really?" and "I Wish I Had Known That!" of Making an Offer and Organising Finance

Posted on January 23, 2008 by | 6 Comments
by Shannyn HunterConveyancer shannyn@lawyersconveyancing.com.au Lawyers Conveyancing  On Monday morning purchasers can experience a real estate hangover. After a weekend of elation at finding their dream house and pressure from the agent to make an offer, with hesitation they sign on the dotted line and their concerns about legal advice are pushed aside.  They are locked into a contract.  Unfortunately, the emotive attachment that causes you to buy a property can also cause you to forego certain...

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Non-Standard General Conditions

Posted on June 14, 2007 by | 0 Comments
by Peter Mericka B.A., LL.BReal Estate Lawyer Qualified Practising Conveyancer VictoriaDirector Lawyers Real Estate Pty Ltd   At Lawyers Conveyancing we check a lot of real estate contracts as part of our pre-purchase legal advice service. Recently we have seen an increase in the number of contracts where the General Conditions have been changed so as to render them non-standard. An alarmingly common trend is to change the standard finance condition so that the purchaser...

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