Hi there, just wondering if you could help us. We have a very distressed client. I want to help her to find a solution to the situation she is in right now. She has bought a Meriton property with the intention to live there herself. However, in the contract, apparently, there is a clause saying this property is for investment purposes only. Her solicitor has not picked up this clause in the contract and even though we, as her real estate agents, have mentioned in the sales advice it is an owner occupied property. However, the owner has signed the management agreement which comes with the contract, thinking that she might want to to lease it out later. Her solicitor has not picked up this clause and has not informed Meriton or the buyer with any evidence of correspondence. Now the property is already leased out by Meriton before the settlement date and the owner is being left distressed as she did not expect she would be caught in this situation. Just wondering if there is a way she can move into her property and get the tenant to move out, which means they have to break the lease. Is there anything her solicitor can do now under Property Law or anything we can do as real estate agents to help her get out of the situation?