Where does COVID-19 leave buyers of rural land?
Stacks Law Firm
The buyer alleged that the sellers' purported termination was invalid and amounted to a repudiation of the contract.
Vendors must now disclose "material facts", those facts that might influence an average purchaser of the property.
Coleman Greig Lawyers
Usually a purchaser who is unable to complete their contract will forfeit the entirety of their initial deposit.
Temporary changes to the NSW Conveyancing Rules allow certain instruments to be electronically witnessed and signed.
WTS has developed new procedures for remote conveyancing transactions as outlined here.
Broadley Rees Hogan Lawyers
If abandonment is not clear, there is still a contract on foot, so entering a new contract could be risky for the seller.
Stacks Law Firm
Practical suggestions for property sale contracts that were exchanged before and during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Langlois lawyers, LLP
The duty to act in the client's best interests remains at the heart of a real estate brokerage contract, even in the most delicate situations.
Minden Gross LLP
Wills and estates litigator Sheila Morris' article "Vulnerable litigants and family members: A little help from my friends" was published by The Lawyer's Daily
The Guernsey Contracts Court is now again dealing with the completion of non-essential property matters subject to ongoing strict policies and requirements concerning the completion process.
Surveyors, estate agents and conveyancers will now able to attend on site providing they adhere to the strict guidelines implemented by the States of Guernsey.
Sales activity in the Guernsey Local Market last year was at its highest level since 2011, according to the latest conveyancing statistics compiled by Unusualities of Guernsey
The sudden and widespread outbreak of the 2019 Novel Coronavirus has not only caused great disruption to the public health of Hong Kong but has also significantly ...
Ronan Daly Jermyn
This note provides a summary of some of the more recent developments in relation to receivership in Ireland.
The restricted movement requirements currently in place across the Island impact on many parts of a conveyancing transaction.
The figures recently released by Statistics Jersey in respect of the House Price Index for Q4 accurately reflect the workflows that have been experienced by the Conveyancing team throughout 2019.
We live in an age of transparency, with openness and accountability increasingly demanded from businesses and governments
Many people are concerned about their house sales and purchases, confirmations and settlements, during COVID-19.
In this article we answer several common questions as to how buying and selling properties works during Alert Level 3