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Stacks Law Firm
There are pitfalls in co-ownership which need to be addressed before committing to a property investment with friends.
Stacks Law Firm
Before moving to the bush, you should do the research, develop a checklist and consider pros and cons of country living.
Kells
This paper identifies reform proposals to strengthen NSW consumer protections for purchasers of off-the-plan properties.
Stacks Law Firm
The property buyer did not consent to the vendors' termination of the contract, so he lodged a caveat over the property.
Stacks Law Firm
Buying property with friends can involve financial and emotional risks and it can end friendships, if things go awry.
Stacks Law Firm
This NSW case has illustrated the difficulties a purchaser could face when buying property under an option agreement.
Swaab
Priority notices are a quick and cheap tool to preserve the priority of future dealings, but their uptake has been slow.
Holding Redlich
Key changes to Sale of Land Act: sunset clauses, terms contracts & rent to buy arrangements & option in land banking schemes.
Bartier Perry
Until proposed building and construction reforms are enacted, the risks when buying property off the plan in NSW remain.
Pointon Partners
The FIRB will not give approval if you are buying second-hand property, intended to be used as an investment property.
Coleman Greig Lawyers
Practitioners should become familiar with the PEXA electronic conveyancing process and its procedure to register leases.
Carroll & O'Dea
The tenant won, despite holding an unregistered lease to part of the property, which was included in the sale agreement.
Colin Biggers & Paisley
Off-the-plan contracts, non-disclosure offences and terms contracts for residential land in Victoria will be affected.
Coleman Greig Lawyers
Real estate agents, landlords and tenants expect faster settlements and quicker turnaround times for deeds and contracts.
Bartier Perry
Councils must be aware that in hardship applications they may need to pay landowners more than market value for the land.
Carey Olsen
Sales activity in the Guernsey Open Market last year was at its highest level since the financial crisis, according to the latest conveyancing statistics ...
Vaish Associates Advocates
"Benami Transaction" is defined under Section 2 (9) (A) of The Prohibition of Benami Property Transactions Act, 1988 (hereinafter referred to as "the Act") as:
Wynn Williams Lawyers
This type of clause enables a vendor to give notice to a purchaser that the vendor has entered into another agreement.
Hogan Lovells
More often than not a conveyancing process is the last step to the conclusion of a new property development. Ideally a conveyancer, who will eventually register the establishment of a new township...
Giambrone & Partners
The announcement today by the European Parliament that British citizens will be permitted to travel without the requirement of a visa after Brexit opens the door for Britons to buy property in Italy.
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Stacks Law Firm
This NSW case has illustrated the difficulties a purchaser could face when buying property under an option agreement.
Stacks Law Firm
The property buyer did not consent to the vendors' termination of the contract, so he lodged a caveat over the property.
Stacks Law Firm
Buying property with friends can involve financial and emotional risks and it can end friendships, if things go awry.
Kells
This paper identifies reform proposals to strengthen NSW consumer protections for purchasers of off-the-plan properties.
Vaish Associates Advocates
"Benami Transaction" is defined under Section 2 (9) (A) of The Prohibition of Benami Property Transactions Act, 1988 (hereinafter referred to as "the Act") as:
Giambrone & Partners
The announcement today by the European Parliament that British citizens will be permitted to travel without the requirement of a visa after Brexit opens the door for Britons to buy property in Italy.
Hogan Lovells
More often than not a conveyancing process is the last step to the conclusion of a new property development. Ideally a conveyancer, who will eventually register the establishment of a new township...
Stacks Law Firm
Before moving to the bush, you should do the research, develop a checklist and consider pros and cons of country living.
Stacks Law Firm
There are pitfalls in co-ownership which need to be addressed before committing to a property investment with friends.
Aitken Lawyers
If you are intending to buy the second-hand property with overseas funding, you would first need to obtain FIRB approval.
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