oa De Rebus - Conveyancing ethics a reply

Volume 1968, Issue 8
  • ISSN : 0250-0329



1. It is not the attorney's right to be appointed as conveyancer, and this is overlooked by Mr. van Santen. Normally it is the seller's right in the transfer to appoint a conveyancer and if the seller freely and voluntarily agrees with the purchaser that someone other than the seller's normal conveyancer be appointed, e.g. the purchaser's conveyancer, then the seller's conveyancer has no right to complain.

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