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Occupation arrangements

25 March 2004

And all to often this ablation of glitter is because the home buyer and seller have changed the original arrangements set down in the occupation clause of the sale agreement, without writing their changes down.

An article in the Chas Everitt Property Signpost newsletter underscores the need for agents to ensure that the buyer and seller agree and understand the original occupation clause and its implications before a sale agreement is signed. This should forestall potential problems.

Chas Everitt newsletter

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