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Victoria – Three freestanding townhouses for nearly 20 years have existed without a formal strata agreement or bylaws. A strata plan number is the only paperwork.
One owner is selling – others thought finally it might be a good idea to get some rules in place. Owner is selling because a rogue tenant caused massive problems ably assisted by VCAT.
Seller has now declined to sign any agreement as he “has a contract on the property and has given the new owner verbal advice that bills are divided 3 ways”.
Settlement is in 2 weeks – would any solicitor agree to this sale without any formal agreements/bylaws?
Would anyone be silly enough to part with the cash without any strata paperwork??
I’m expecting the seller to come back and humbly ask for some formal agreements to be signed to allow settlement to take place but maybe things are different in Victoria.
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