Video: residential development projects — important issues for developers

Q. Is it a problem if a developer needs rights over land retained by his seller or owned by a third party?

A. Yes, you are quite right, that can be a problem area.

Take a situation where the seller of a development site is retaining land over which rights to construct infrastructure are required. 

With some limited exceptions (for example, where a right to requisition may apply), the grant of rights in favour of the purchaser alone is insufficient to ensure provision and adoption (if required) of that infrastructure…

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