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If a seller is selling part of a residential property which includes a right of way over his retained land, part of which is jointly owned, how should the joint owner’s involvement be documented (given that they are not acknowledging receipt for the whole consideration)? The right is of little or nil value.

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Published on LexisPSL on 13/10/2016

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  • If a seller is selling part of a residential property which includes a right of way over his retained land, part of which is jointly owned, how should the joint owner’s involvement be documented (given that they are not acknowledging receipt for the whole consideration)? The right is of little or nil value.

If a seller is selling part of a residential property which includes a right of way over his retained land, part of which is jointly owned, how should the joint owner’s involvement be documented (given that they are not acknowledging receipt for the whole consideration)? The right is of little or nil

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