Mondaq Australia: Real Estate and Construction
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This bulletin includes links to recent media releases, reports, cases and legislation relating to residential properties.
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The Fair Trading Commissioner imposed the first building product use ban on cladding in certain multi-storey buildings.
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This newsletter includes media releases, reports, cases and legislation relating to Australian property and real estate.
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Sydney Water's ability to deal with a non-performing contractor on a panel was confirmed as appropriate by the court.
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This newsletter includes links to recent media releases, reports and cases relating to construction and infrastructure.
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This Bill addresses key issues raised in the Victorian Cladding Taskforce's Interim Report produced on 1 December 2017.
Corrs Chambers Westgarth
Discussion of the issues for governments and developers when considering developments over train stations.
Cooper Grace Ward
New laws will require Queensland building owners to complete a mandatory combustible cladding checklist.
Stacks Law Firm
Home owners converted a caravan into a living area with a bedroom, en-suite and kitchenette without cooking facilities.
Kott Gunning
Caveats are one of the most recognisable instruments when it comes to land transactions, and can also be misunderstood,.
Kott Gunning
Retrospective planning approvals, issued after development has commenced, do not retrospectively approve the development.
Corrs Chambers Westgarth
This extract provides details of Australian construction arbitration practice, as part of the Global Arbitration Review.
Holding Redlich
Failure by the adjudicator to comply with minimum standards in the Act may result in the determination declared void.
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This article discusses various ways of obtaining access to neighbouring property, and common issues that could arise.
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This newsletter includes links to media releases, reports, cases and legislation relating to planning & the environment.
Dentons
The final orders provide further insight on how the Court may resolve future applications under section 66ZL of the Conveyancing Act.
Madgwicks
This case looks at implications for landlords when determining whether to withhold consent to an assignment of a lease.
Carroll & O'Dea
This scheme aims to provide low-cost, long-term loans to property owners to replace dangerous cladding on properties.
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This newsletter includes media releases, reports, cases and legislation relating to Australian property and real estate.
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These minor amendments can enable the NSW planning system to adapt to new development demands and consumer trends.
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Resource companies are failing to adequately compensate for the disruption to the business activities of the landowner.
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Surry Partners
Parents should document any funding arrangement of a family property purchase, to avoid the risk of a costly dispute.
Norton Rose Fulbright Australia
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McCullough Robertson
When the stocktake period ends, penalties apply to foreign investors who haven't registered their water entitlements.
Cooper Grace Ward
Estate planning practices could have significant consequences for resource compensation and conduct agreements (CCAs).
Dentons
The Berejiklian Government has introduced a Bill into the NSW Parliament which may change the way surcharge purchase duty and surcharge land tax applies to foreign developers.
Cooper Grace Ward
Vendors to land sale contracts in Queensland should be aware of conditions that could result in an instalment contract.
Coleman Greig Lawyers
The Unfair Contract Regime may become useful for people to avoid certain clauses in a lease because they are unfair.
Corrs Chambers Westgarth
Principals and head contractors should be aware of (and comply with) the changes, or risk being in breach of the new Act.
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