VIDEO | Why Does the Seller Appoint The Transferring Attorney

In property transfers the seller nominates the transferring attorney/conveyancer who acts on his behalf yet the buyer pays the costs and has no representation as such.
Why is this so, is it a disconnect and “unfair” or understandable and justified? Belinda Lewis takes you through the reasoning and practicalities of why it is indeed essential that the Seller, having sold, nominate the conveyancer to attend to the transfer of his property.


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