Acting for Both Parties
Can you act for both parties?
There is no law that says you cannot act for both parties
From our vast experience, if both parties are not related or friends, there is a tendency to have problems.
Our policy is that we do not act for both parties
The exceptions are:
We can act for related parties or best friends: eg. mother selling to daughter
If we do decide to act on both parties, we have the right to refuse one or both parties at any time at our own discretion.
Acting for both parties with people you do not know is problematic as there tend to be disagreements.
However, acting for both parties among loved ones can be easier and more efficient. The cost can be lower as well.