I am acting for the vendor in a Victorian property settlement. The purchaser will be living in the property as their principal place of residence. The purchaser's representative has entered the purchaser's address at the time of transfer as the property address and they have typed the property address incorrectly. However, the address for future correspondence (which is also the property address) is correct. Originally, both addresses were incorrectly spelled. I asked the purchaser's rep to correct the error, but they only corrected it for the future correspondence address. My question is, before signing the Notice of Acquisition, should I ensure that the purchaser's address at the time of transfer is spelled correctly? Or do I only need to worry about my client's details and sign if my client's details are correct?
I do not want to seem like I'm nagging the purchaser's rep if it really doesn't matter from my perspective!