Avoiding Cyber Crime with Commercial Property Transactions

There is increasingly a risk that, when buying, selling or leasing a property, fraudsters can hack into your email correspondence, create fraudulent emails and thereby persuade one party to transfer significant funds (such as completion monies) to the fraudster’s bank account.

Commercial Property

With commercial property transactions, where there may be a whole team working on each side, the risk is perhaps greater: more people to unwittingly disclose information.

The following steps can help to stop you or your organisation becoming a victim of cyber crime:

These materials and content have been prepared for the benefit of their viewers/readers. They are intended for marketing purposes only and are of a general nature and do not constitute legal advice applicable to any particular facts or circumstances. Kidd Rapinet LLP and/or the author(s) accept no duty of care, responsibility or liability for any loss or damage which you or any third party may suffer as a result of any reliance or use by you or they of these marketing materials and content, except to the extent it is not legally possible to exclude such liability. If you require legal advice on your own situation, please contact us so we can discuss how we may assist.