Until then, that`s it for this week. Remember that we are very interested in the comments and concerns of our readership, so if there is something that is particularly important to you, feel free to let us know via your letters or email: email@example.com. If there is a sufficient number of readers who express the same concerns or interests, it is very likely that this column will address those concerns as soon as possible. Have a great weekend and see you next Saturday. Use the links below to download sample documents required for Fijian land sales and purchases: We will go into more detail about each issue in the coming weeks and months and explain how to import each issue into the transaction process as a whole, but before that, next week, we will review the steps of the transaction process of the initial agreement between the parties to the settlement. Hello and welcome back to Property Primer. Last week, we talked about the usefulness of a duly qualified lawyer reviewing your contract before signing it and being bound by the form of the agreement as it is written. This week, we`re going to look at the most common terms and conditions that are usually included in a standard residential purchase agreement. Note that overall, no two purchase agreements are the same, as no two transactions are the same. In Fiji too, we have considerations such as the type of country with which it is traded and whether or not one of the parties is a foreign citizen.
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