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Mortgagees: Can You Take Possession or Sell Before an Expired Notice of Exercise of Power of Sale?
Section 84 of the Property Law Act in Queensland provides that a mortgagee may not exercise the power of sale unless a notice under section 84 has been served on the mortgagor and the specified default is not remedied within 30 days from service of the notice.
Australia
17 Aug 2010
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Further Perils For Mortgagees Exercising Power Of Sale In Queensland
The Property Law (Mortgagor Protection) Amendment Act 2008 (Qld) commenced on 12 December 2008. It has ramifications for a mortgagee, an attorney for the mortgagor, or a receiver acting under a power delegated to the receiver by a mortgagee when exercising power of sale under a mortgage.
Australia
28 Jul 2009
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Perils In Exercising Power Of Sale
In Sablebrook P/L v. Credit Union Australia [2008] QSC 242 the mortgagee breached section 85 of the Property Law Act 1974 by failing to take reasonable care to ensure the mortgage property was sold at market value.
Australia
29 Jan 2009
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