Categories for How To Resolve Dispute

What do I do: Issues discovered at final inspection?

23/5/2017
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Immanent Settlement; Have you discovered an issue, like damage or some defect that IS covered under your contract at the final inspection?After recommending Legal Advice (since we are not lawyers). Often the quickest & cleanest way forward with a pending settlement is to arrange a “Payment in lieu” variation. Something along the lines of; “Seller:Buyer:Property address:Contract dated:______________________________________________________ The Seller and Buyer AGREE to vary the Contract as follows:- The Buyer accepts the listed item(s) {list or see attached} as discovered...

Talking Property & Referring a Conveyancer

24/11/2016
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Talking Property The AICWA will this weekend kick off its summer radio advertising campaign on Harvey Deegan’s  “talking property” on 6PR 882.  Those familiar with the show will know it’s one of the most popular programs on property. REIWA, Landgate and a host of property experts including our very own John Clarey regularly take to the airwaves to answer questions.  Hear the ad campaign HEREThe Radio ad is aimed at driving listeners (and their family & friends) to use our “Find a Conveyancer”...

News from First Title: Claims Chronicles – May 2016

20/5/2016
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What happened? Our client purchased an original 1950s style home in SA with the intent of demolishing it and building their dream home. The client exchanged contracts and began to prepare plans for their new home. Shortly after settlement, the client submitted plans to the Council to construct their dream home. The plans were rejected by Council on the basis of a proposed heritage listing, which was applied just prior to settlement. The client was in shock and immediately contacted...

Remain vigilant

8/4/2016
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Reminder to stay vigilantAICWA Members continue to be plagued by scammers looking to have their malicious malware and trojan viruses infect your computer. These emails can seem to originate from credible sources but after careful examination all is not as it appears to be! Things to be on the lookout when receiving an email are: Attached Zip Files Email addresses that do not match the sender’s details. Typically the sender’s email address will have the name of the company/agency Trust...