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I will try to assist you with your legal question but please feel free to ask as many follow up questions as you like until you are 100% satisfied.
My knee-jerk reaction to the question is No, it would not be a regular entry.
The reason I'm saying that is because the attorney only earns his fee on date of registration of transfer of the property into the purchaser's name. Only then can the attorney put his fee through, and most of the time the attorney will put the whole fee through.
If the attorney decides to only put 50% of his fee through AFTER date of registration of transfer, then I suppose that entry is fine.
If however the attorney puts through 50% of his fee through BEFORE date of registration of transfer, then I am of the opinion that the entry is NOT fine.
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