Wairarapa News : January 23rd 2013
21 WAIRARAPA NEWS, JANUARY 23, 2013 EDUCATION SUPER NEW YEAR SALE Sealy Posturepedic Advance Range (3 models) Sealy Charisma Sealy NOVA Queen from $3,199 NOW $1,599 Queen from $2,799 NOW $1,999 Queen from $1,699 NOW $999 50% OFF 30% OFF 40% OFF 32 Akura Road, Masterton (At Taylormade Furniture) Ph: 06 377 2218 "WE DO EVERYTHING EXCEPT KISS YOU GOODNIGHT" We accept 5113299AB Buying of Property by Simon Ogilvie 9. Prepare the Transfer, A & I form and Notices of Sale and forward these to the Vendors' lawyer. 10. I will prepare the mortgage documentation and discuss with you any special conditions which form part of the loan offer. 11. Certify to your financier that all documents have been signed and make arrangements for the mortgage advance to be deposited into our Trust Account together with your cash contribution. 12. Discuss with you your insurance arrangements. 13. Prepare settlement statements and discuss with you the rates apportionments. 14. Obtain a Guaranteed Search Note of the title to the property and confirm that the title is in order prior to settlement. 15. Discuss and organise possession arrangements. 16. Settle the transaction. 17. Arrange for the keys to be made available to you when settlement has been completed. 18. Register the Transfer, Mortgage and any other documents with Land Information New Zealand. 19. Following settlement, I will report to you with statements showing funds received and paid out on your behalf together with a copy of the Certificate of Title confirming registration of the Transfer (and Mortgage, if applicable). 20. Report to mortgagee. 21. Discuss with you my fee at the outset of the transaction. I offer a free initial appointment if you wish to discuss any of the above issues (or anything legal) with me - my contact telephone number is freephone 0800 249 529 or e-mail email@example.com §Simon Ogilvie Property Trust & Business Lawyer Phone: 0800 249529 email: firstname.lastname@example.org Advertorial Buying a property can be a stressful time especially for those people purchasing their first property or those people who have not purchased a property for some time. I am able to help you through the legal process to ensure that the transaction proceeds smoothly as possible using my 25 years experience as a property lawyer. I will also help you understand the terms of the agreement for sale and purchase and to complete the transaction and will give you all the help you need. What I will do for you and what you need to do is set out in the following checklist: Things that I will do for you: 1. Free of charge I will: • Give you a Purchasers' Guide which sets out useful background information about purchasing a property, and • Give you an initial appointment to discuss any queries which you may have before you purchase a property. 2. When you have found a property and you are about to enter into an Agreement for Sale and Purchase, I will discuss with you the terms of the offer, any changes which may be necessary including discussing with you any conditions to be included in the agreement. 3. Search the title to the property and discuss with you any encumbrances registered against the title and also discuss with you any zoning or resource consent issues particularly if the property is being subdivided. Special consideration needs to be given to the titles for cross lease and unit title properties. 4. If requested by you, apply for a LIM report and discuss with you when obtained. 5. Consider or discuss any issues arising from conditions relating to the agreement. 6. Discuss with you your financing options. 7. Discuss with you options for the structure of the ownership of the property. 8. When the contract conditions are satisfied, I will confirm the contract as unconditional with the Vendor's lawyer at which time I will discuss with you the payment of the deposit. 4439004BW 4068404AD DIGITAL EDITION NOW ON LINE www.wairarapanews.co.nz FREE Truancy services combine A new expanded attendance ser- vice will help to keep more students in school, learning and achieving, the Ministry of Edu- cation says. The service begins early this year and will receive $9.1 million annually. It brings together district and non-enrolled truancy services into one -- enabling providers to target resources where they are most needed. The ministry has encouraged those people employed in the for- mer district and non-enrolled services who wanted to work for a new provider to register now with the ministry so their names can be passed on to the new providers. Deputy secretary, regional operations, Katrina Casey con- firmed that, so far, about half had done so. The new service will take the best of the previous system and develop new ways so that it is more responsive to the needs of learners and their families -- par- ticularly among Maori and Pasi- fika communities, Ms Casey said. A strong part of our requi- rements of the providers is that they have good connections with other agencies and services, and can work across agencies to pro- vide the right type of support needed to not only get learners to school but ensure they stay there and are fully engaged in learn- ing. It will enable agencies to build a better understanding of non- attendance -- making it easier to identify trends and causes, and achieve a more consistent and effective practice, developing early intervention strategies to prevent non-attendance. Ms Casey said reducing the number of services from 78 to 18 will also simplify the system. The service providers have been selected following a robust tendering and contracting pro- cess over the last few months. Schools will be able to build more effective relationships with providers and other key agencies like social services to intervene quickly to prevent problems aris- ing.
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