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Lease restrictions: are your pets in peril?

Regulations in leases are usually extensive and deal with mundane matters such as not putting a barbeque on the balcony or not making excessive noise.

However, it is essential that the provisions of these regulations are checked carefully as otherwise a purchaser can find themselves with a property that is effectively not fit for purpose. To read more, head to Spear's Wealth Management Magazine.

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