Going from one inspection to another can be exhausting enough. But when you finally find your dream property it’s easy to get lost in the excitement of making a purchase. Before a sale can even be finalised there are a lot of required legal documents to complete.
One of the many legal documents required to complete a purchase of real estate is a Vendors Statement (Section 32). The Vendors Statement outlines vital information about the property such as:
The vendor’s statement outlines vital information about the property such as:
A Vendors Statement is a required document provided by the seller of a property under Section 32 of the Sale of Land Act 1962. Section 32 states that the vendor is required to provide certain information to the buyer before a contract of sale is signed. Without the statement, the buyer may have the right to leave the Contract of Sale.
It can be overwhelming trying to finalise the sale of a home or commercial property. There are so many different legal procedures to consider that it’s easy to get lost in all the intricacies of property law.
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We do more than just create legal documents. Our conveyancers provide you with efficient property law advice and guide you through the entire process of purchasing or selling property.
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