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Making Sales Valid
In a recent High Court judgement the Court re-affirmed that alterations to sales agreements need to be agreed by all parties for the agreement to be valid.
Where an offer made by a buyer is accepted by the seller subject to certain alterations to the terms being made, if the buyer in turn does not accept these alterations, there simply is no sale. In the case before Court the buyer had paid his deposit before noticing the alterations and then demanded his deposit back which the seller refused. The Court confirmed that the alterations had never been brought to the buyer’s attention nor accepted and as there was therefore no sale, a full refund of the deposit to the buyer was due.
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The Rule of Law and Public Rioting
The Rule of Law is quite a simple concept. Essentially it means that no-one, no individual, company, trust or any other body is above the law. The law, being something which can unemotionally and clinically be interpreted in order to apply equally to everyone, thereby giving credence to the premise of no-one being above the law.
Keeping pets in Sectional Title Schemes
The rules for keeping pets in a sectional title scheme are governed by the Prescribed Conduct Rule (PCR) 1 of the Sectional Title Schemes Management Act. The PCR 1 stipulates that no occupant of a sectional title scheme may keep a pet without the written consent of the trustee. Permission to keep a pet in a sectional title scheme must not be unreasonably withheld.