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VIC Late Settlement by Vendor - What to Do Under Property Law?

Discussion in 'Property Law Forum' started by brett2202, 26 September 2015.

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  1. brett2202

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    Hi, vendor has delayed settlement with no new date in sight. I have done everything from my end. What can I do under Property Law?
     
  2. Therese

    Therese Well-Known Member

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    Hi Brett2202,

    Have you got conveyancers or lawyers doing the settlement on your behalf?

    My understanding is that sometimes in the Contract of Sale the vendor may be able to delay the settlement 14 days without any penalties occurring. However I am not sure what action you can take about no new date being proposed.

    My suggestion would be to get in contact with a licensed conveyancer or a lawyer. They should be able to assist you practically and legally with your options in this situation.
     
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