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Assisting your children to purchase property
Providing money to your children to purchase property may seem simple, but it could lead to some difficult legal issues.
Australia
 
23 Sep 2019
2
Qld land tax changes – beware when buying, selling and leasing property
Land tax is adjusted under your contract or lease, so review land tax in any adjustments clause or outgoings clause.
Australia
21 Sep 2019
3
Give yourself more time under new complex land transfer transaction requirements
What you need to know and do about new land transfer transaction requirements.
Australia
17 Sep 2019
4
Changes To Legislation For Off-The-Plan Sales
The Conveyancing (Legislation) Amendment Act 2018 (Act) was passed by Parliament on 13 November 2018.
Australia
16 Sep 2019
5
Could the property seller issue a Notice to Complete, terminate the contract and keep the 10% deposit? Which case won?
Interesting case highlights fundamental principles of property law. Read on & see if you can guess which side one!
Australia
11 Sep 2019
6
Inside track: Planning, Environment & Sustainability - In the media, In practice and courts, cases and legislation
This newsletter links to media releases, reports, cases and laws relating to planning, environment & sustainability.
Australia
 
11 Sep 2019
7
Going once, going twice ... and sold to the man from Adelaide (or was it?)
Interesting article about recent case where developers were held liable for misrepresentations made to achieve a sale.
Australia
10 Sep 2019
8
What to do when the property co-owner refuses to sell
What happens if you are a co-owner of a property and want to put it on the market, but the other owner refuses to sell?
Australia
5 Aug 2019
9
Attention all off-the-plan vendors of Victorian real estate: Important changes to sunset date legislation
New conditions will apply when vendors under off-the-plan property contracts exercise sunset date termination rights.
Australia
1 Aug 2019
10
Electronic Conveyancing: The Property Industry's New Bandwagon
The Australian property industry is in the process of converting from the 150-year-old Torrens title physical paper system of exchange and settlement of property
Australia
31 Jul 2019
11
Can a property be sold without a signed contract?
Article explains how an oral contract for the sale of property may be enforced & discusses a recent decision on this issue.
Australia
30 Jul 2019
12
Your off-the-plan residential property contracts – changes to Victorian law you cannot ignore
This Act restricts sunset clauses, providing greater protections for purchasers of residential off the plan property.
Australia
26 Jul 2019
13
Signed documents may not always be binding contracts
Parties to an agreement should ensure that their intentions to be legally bound or otherwise are expressly spelt out.
Australia
24 Jul 2019
14
What will the proposed government First Home Buyer Deposit Scheme cost you?
This proposed scheme, aimed at first home buyers, seeks to address the issue of housing affordability across Australia.
Australia
9 Jul 2019
15
Changes to off-the-plan contracts
Article outlines changes to off-the-plan contracts.
Australia
26 Jun 2019
16
What will this First Home Buyer Deposit Scheme cost you?
Under this First Home Buyer Deposit Scheme, purchasers only require 5% deposit for a home mortgage, instead of 10-20%.
Australia
13 Jun 2019
17
Inside track: Property & Real Estate: Recent media releases, reports, cases and legislation
This newsletter has links to recent media releases, reports, cases and legislation relating to property & real estate.
Australia
 
6 Jun 2019
18
Changes to sunset clauses in Victoria are here to stay
Retrospective legislation relating to sunset dates in off-the-plan contracts of sale has come into effect in Victoria.
Australia
1 Jun 2019
19
Developers need to re-think instalment contracts for residential property after new GST withholding laws
Developers should consider new GST withholding laws when entering into instalment contracts for residential property.
Australia
27 May 2019
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Developers need to re-think instalment contracts following new GST withholding laws
When entering into an instalment contract for new residential premises, purchasers should consider GST withholding laws.
Australia
27 May 2019
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