Property

Buyer lawyers up to force home sale

Victoria Young
Fri, 16 Apr 2021

Employment advocate May Moncur has won a case to force the sale of property.
Victoria Young
Fri, 16 Apr 2021
When May Moncur signed a standard sales and purchase agreement and paid a 10% deposit for a $1.14 million Drury investment property in August last year, it should have been a simple transaction.However, seven months and two high court hearings later Moncur has only just got a judge’s order forcing seller Yang Li to complete the deal.“The case should never have had to go to court in the first place, it is all very unfortunate,” the employment advocate, also known as Congmei Ma, told BusinessDesk.“We did everything accordi...

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