Last May 18, we received a bunch of documents from Avida requiring our signature. I assumed this was part of the turnover process since they sent photocopies of the Transfer Certificate of Title (TCT) and asked us to sign each copy.
I checked the lot plan versus the technical description stated on the TCT and found an error. Since the documents came with a letter that stated a number to call and an email address in case we had questions, I decided to contact them.
To cut things short, after numerous phone calls and emails, Avida has yet to give us an answer more than a week later.
At the same time, I was also communicating with the bank. They told me that typographical errors are common in TCTs but they will try to get some form of guarantee from Avida that they will fix the problem.
I told both the bank and Avida that we will not sign anything until this issue is resolved. And while I know this is a minor detail, we just don't want to be stuck holding the bag (so to speak) if this was overlooked. Apparently, if the actual title has a problem, it could take up to six months and a court hearing - not to mention dealing with different government agencies. Life is difficult enough as it is.