Properties can be advertised for sale before the building has been constructed. Buying this type of property is known as buying off the plan. Off the plan contracts need to be reviewed carefully as issues may arise in regard to the completion date, developer’s entitlements over common property, finances and stamp duty. Our experienced property lawyers can advise you on how to protect your interest in off the plan transactions.

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Yukio Hayashi

Yukio Hayashi

Principal

Victoria Cha

Victoria Cha

Special Counsel

Justin Leong

Justin Leong

Senior Associate

Reiko Reynolds

Reiko Reynolds

Associate

Seil Kim

Seil Kim

Special Counsel

Tracy Huo

Tracy Huo

Associate

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