In QLD at a mortgagee sale what is really meant by “as is where is”? By way of example if items are left on the property and no one is claiming before settlement does this mean that the new owner then owns these items post settlement or must dispose of them at their costs? such as abandoned car?
johnnewstart replied to the topic Chattels left on property after setlleete in queensland in the forum Help Needed! 6 years, 2 months ago
Thanks Simon yes that is our understanding but I cannot find anything in the property law that specifically states as such. If anyone knows if there is a case or law that can be referred to would be very helpful.
johnnewstart started the topic Chattels left on property after setlleete in queensland in the forum Help Needed! 6 years, 2 months ago
We purchased a property that had rubbish and many items on the property after settlement, it was a receivers sale. The previous tenants also received a letter from the receivers 12 months prior to settlement to remove all items as they appeared abandoned and in disrepair, otherwise they will be disposed of. The chattels were excluded in the…[Read more]