Thursday, October 1, 2020

Body Corporate And Community Management Act 1997

Chapter 5
Part 1
Section 211

Restriction on powers of attorney in favour of original owner | Section 211

(1)If the seller is the original owner, and the buyer gives the seller a power of attorney to act for the buyer, the power may be exercised only in ways, and only for purposes, disclosed in a written statement given to the buyer before the power is given.

(2)The statement must include a detailed description of the circumstances in which the power may be exercised.

(3)A power of attorney mentioned in subsection (1), unless it sooner expires, expires 1 year after it is given.

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