This recent decision provides some guidance as to the basis on which a purchaser may rescind an 'off-the-plan' contract.
The newsletter includes links to recent media releases, reports and cases relating to property & projects in Australia.
Draft VOI rules for South Australia have been released for consultation, in preparation for the introduction of the NEC.
The NSW Government plans to release surplus commercial property by the sale of a long-term leasehold interests.
Links to reports, cases and other news on construction and infrastructure issues.
Under new amendments, the process for the Queensland Government to acquire land is shortened in certain circumstances.
A ratchet clause operates to prevent a rent decreasing at a time when the rent becomes subject to review or adjustment.
Development sites are scarcer and development risks are getting higher in Australia’s commercial property market.
The Getting Home Safely Report found that a substantial overhaul of safety culture across the ACT industry was required.
Summary and discussion of the High Court decision in Andrews v Australian and New Zealand Banking Group  HCA 30.
Queensland's newly drafted state planning policy is unashamedly about economic growth in the Sunshine State.
Proposed changes to the Brisbane City Council City Plan may impact the development potential of your land or your business.
The NSW Government has again deferred the abolition of duties that were due to be abolished in New South Wales on 1 July.
A recent case could threaten the people who rent out their investment properties or holiday homes to short term renters.
The newsletter includes links to recent media releases, reports, legislation and cases relating to property & projects.
This was an application for declaratory relief for a preliminary approval and the status of a development application.
One of the more significant confusing issues for the Building Act 2011 (WA) & Regulations is the definition of "owner".
This was an application for a declaration that a proposed change to a development application was a "minor change".
A seller of lots in a proposed strata development could still enforce sale contracts, despite being illegal contracts.
Summary of a recent case relating to the Queensland Building Construction Industry Payments Act.