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Purchaser versus tenant's unregistered lease
The tenant won, despite holding an unregistered lease to part of the property, which was included in the sale agreement.
Australia
1 Feb 2019
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Some buyers of residential property liable to pay GST to ATO
This new legislation will make purchasers of certain residential property liable for paying GST on the purchase price.
Australia
11 Apr 2018
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Reasonable Endeavours for registration means having a Plan B
In this case, the NSW Supreme Court gave guidance as to what is required by an obligation to use reasonable endeavours.
Australia
13 Nov 2017
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Does your swimming pool in NSW comply with regulations?
As a property owner with a pool, you should carefully consider and review the relevant regulations that are applicable.
Australia
17 Aug 2017
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Land tax surcharge and stamp duty surcharge in NSW for foreign persons – Impact on discretionary trusts
A trustee of a discretionary trust may be deemed to be a foreign person if a potential beneficiary is a foreign person.
Australia
27 Jul 2017
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Don't let the sun go down on you: Sunset clauses and purchasing off-the-plan in NSW
Parties to NSW off the plan contracts should be aware of these limitations placed upon the operation of sunset clauses.
Australia
8 Dec 2016
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Retirement village living
You need to be aware of the impact of some differences between retirement village living and living in your own home.
Australia
28 Sep 2016
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Off the Plan purchases: the risks and a possible solution
Almost every Off the Plan contract provides the vendor with flexibility to vary the plans, including the areas of units.
Australia
8 Sep 2015
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Disclosure of Building Works in a Contract for Sale of Land
When acting for vendors we generally ask whether any building works have been undertaken to the property.
Australia
16 Jun 2014
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Is time of the essence in Queensland conveyancing practice?
Arranging a settlement time, with a right to settle at any time on that date is now a common Qld conveyancing practice.
Australia
13 Mar 2014
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