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By Helen Kowal
Unit owners can form a 'bloc' to gain some control over voting relating to a potential sale of the whole strata scheme.
By Daniel Kentwell, Carly Howard
Priority notices are cheap but temporary, so if there is a caveatable interest, perhaps a caveat should be preferred.
By Monique Robb
Courts would be willing to decline to make prop­er­ty set­tle­ment orders where it is not just and equi­table to do so.
By Sean Greenwood
This case demonstrates how Courts deal with the existence of two construction contracts and decide which one is binding.
By Sherlene Heng
The Family Court is will­ing to make orders for equal (or at least increased) time dur­ing a school hol­i­day peri­od.
By Sean Greenwood
The case highlights how property can be lost to a claim of adverse possession if it was over-looked in a deceased estate.
By Michael Byrnes
For an employee subject to a social media policy, a retweet may be a breach and form the basis for disciplinary action.
By Annette Wilson, Katerina Lonergan
This arti­cle explains how CGT is usu­al­ly treat­ed by the Court in fam­i­ly law prop­er­ty set­tle­ment proceedings.
By Helen Kowal
Article discusses importance of taking care during a building project.
By Helen Kowal
The articles are discussions with building consultants about NSW properties with defects from original construction works.
By Michael Byrnes
'New Approaches' aims to assist employers, employees and representatives build productive and cooperative workplaces.
By Angela Harvey, John Trinh
Two cases highlight the dangers of failing to sign a will and then seeking probate of informal testamentary documents.
By Richard Ottley, Nicole Cini
This article examines Labor employment policies and provides insight as to how Australian businesses may be impacted.
By Helen Kowal
You can form a 'bloc' to maintain some control over any potential collective vote to sell the whole strata scheme.
By Eric Ziehlke
The main heads of disputes when a distributorship ends include trade marks, reputation, domain names & contractual issues.
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