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I am not sure I understand all the terminology you are using. From what I can understand, you and your husband purchased a property. I am not sure what your father's involvement was.
It seems like the transfer attorney and the bond attorney did not communicate with each other properly. I really cannot understand how the matter could have gone all the way to being lodged in the deeds office with a bond attorney drawing a bond with an extra party on the documents to the transfer documents.
It also sounds to me like the bond application was subsequently changed to only reflect you and your husband. In other words, the documents should all be correct now? Unless the transfer attorney made some other errors as well? I am not sure what the situation is?
It is so that, in the event that the guarantees were not delivered in time, the seller might have the right to cancel the agreement, but in this case, he opted to proceed with the transaction, possibly while under the impression that the guarantee was correct. As I said, I cannot understand how the transfer attorney and bond attorney did not communicate - in fact, the transfer attorney had to ask for guarantees from the bond attorney in a form that is acceptable to the transfer attorney. By proceeding to draw up the transfer documents and lodging them in the deeds office h/she clearly accepted the guarantees. The transfer attorney acts for the seller and thus by extension the seller accepted the guarantees. The seller really cannot now say that the guarantees were unacceptable.
This sounds like a matter that the transfer attorney messed up, and now wants to shy away from taking responsibility.
I suggest that you get an attorney in your area to assist you to write a letter to the transfer attorney and demand that the transfer be registered in the deeds office as soon as possible and that the transfer attorney must take all the necessary steps to ensure that transfer takes place.
I hope this answered your question.
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