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Purchasing A Property In Jersey - Caveat Emptor!
The traditional approach of Jersey conveyancing is based firmly on the caveat emptor principle. Property conveyances include standard wording under which the property is sold "in the state in which it was at the date hereof...
Jersey
10 Aug 2016
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Purchasing A Property In Jersey? "Caveat Emptor!"
The traditional approach of Jersey conveyancing is based firmly on the caveat emptor (buyer beware) principle. Property conveyances include standard wording under which the property is sold "in the state in which it was at the date hereof with all its apparent or hidden defects ("vices cachés"), if any".
Jersey
1 Aug 2016
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Pushing The Boundaries – Jersey’s Royal Court Develops The Law On Encroachments
The inspection of property boundaries for potential encroachments is a central part of the Jersey conveyancing process and to an outsider may appear somewhat obsessive.
Jersey
22 Apr 2015
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Buying A Property - The Many Faces Of Government
At its heart the purchase of a property is a transaction between two parties.
Jersey
2 Apr 2015
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A Problem Hanging Over You?
One of the things which may seem bizarre about the Jersey conveyancing process is the apparent obsession with boundaries.
Bermuda
4 Mar 2013
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