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Robbie Chen Chee Howe
Hi,

I am sorry that you're being ill-advised.

If you needed to collect keys to the new apartment early, it should be spelled out in the OTP in black and white. This is the only way you can protect your interest in the deal. The conveyancing lawyers will act accordingly to the terms and conditions stipulated in the OTP. They will unlikely deter from these terms, as it would mean the risk of not doing their "job" properly.

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Aaron Chong
Hi, you have the right to inspect the house again. Else, you could contact your law firm to delay the completion till you have inspected the unit.

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Geryl Lim
Dear sir/madam,

I supposed you have exercised the Option To Purchase at the law firm, despite the fact that the date of completion indicated in the Option To Purchase is different from your offer made. In private residential transaction, unless earlier specified in the Offer To Purchase where an inspection is to be done prior to completion, any such activity is on the goodwill of the vendor, unlike HDB resale transaction where it is stated in the procedure where an inspection is to be done prior completion. If you have concerns on the conditions of the house at completion, you may wish to work with your lawyer to address this concern.

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Mike Tay
Dear Sir/Mdm

Thank you for your enquiry

If you made an offer via a professional, they will have a proper offer to purchase document specifying the terms and conditions of purchase.

The OTP always contain the final terms e.g. price, completion etc or any special conditions.

You can of course dispute that there is a verbal agreement which is difficult to validate.

For your case, suggest your lawyer to write to ask for early completion. For the final inspection, you can check the condition minus wear and tear.

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