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CFFC's research shows satisfaction with retirement village legal advice

Jenny Ruth
Fri, 10 Sep 2021

Executive director John Collyns said village contracts are negotiable. (Photo: supplied)
Jenny Ruth
Fri, 10 Sep 2021
Claims by retirement commissioner Jane Wrightson that retirement village residents aren't getting good legal advice when they buy an occupation right agreement (ORA) are contradicted by the commission's own research.That's according to Retirement Villages Association executive director John Collyns – his organisation represents retirement village owners and developers.Wrightson's comments to parliament's economic development, science and innovation committee on Thursday that residents aren't always getting good leg...

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