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Conveyancing

The Validity of a Signed Offer to Purchase

As soon as the Seller accepts and signs (as per the Alienation of Land Act of 1981) the Offer to Purchase (hereinafter referred to as the “OTP’) it becomes a valid agreement of sale. If the seller verbally accepts the Offer but does not sign it within the stipulated time period, no contract exists.

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Agent's commission
Conveyancing

Agent’s commission: When are you liable?

If you have decided to sell your property and have found whom you consider as a favourable fit when it comes to a real estate agent, the next thing to consider would be the terms of the agency agreement. Before you sign, some considerations should be made.

Agent’s Commision:

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