conveyancer

I16. Appointing the Conveyancer

It remains a fixed principle in law that the conveyancer represents the seller no matter who appointed him. This is because the seller authorises the transferring attorney, by way of a power of attorney, to transfer the property to the purchaser. The parties may agree to use the purchaser’s transferring attorney, however, should the seller refuse, the transferring attorney of the seller must be...

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