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Property and tax law in Victoria: key 2019 developments
This article looks at recent developments in Victorian property and tax law, with implications for residential property.
Australia
26 Jul 2019
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From bricks and mortar to bricks and clicks: six key PropTech considerations
Originally the domain of technology start-ups, PropTech is now a serious player in property and construction markets.
Australia
20 May 2019
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Residential property law in Victoria: 2018 year in review and 2019 outlook
This article explores some key developments in residential property law in Victoria in 2018, and more changes for 2019.
Australia
13 Apr 2019
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Imposing statutory rights of use in Queensland: When is a refusal to grant unreasonable?
The court set out 12 relevant considerations to be taken into account when determining whether a refusal is unreasonable.
Australia
13 Apr 2019
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Why purchasers need to be wary of reliance on planning and development certificates
Purchasers need to make their own inquiries to protect themselves from any loss because of another's lack of care.
Australia
21 Apr 2018
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Love thy neighbour? When apartment living becomes too close for comfort
WA reforms to the Strata Titles Act address issues of living in close proximity.
Australia
18 Apr 2018
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Residential property law in Queensland: what is next?
Changes in Qld residential property law including the transition to a digital future, policy reform and developing case law.
Australia
17 Apr 2018
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Residential property law in Victoria: 2017 year in review and what to expect in 2018
Reforms to Victorian property law include transition to a 100% digital future, policy reform and developing case law.
Australia
15 Mar 2018
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What is the relevance of unaccepted offers to purchase the land in compulsory acquisition cases?
Unaccepted unconditional offers to purchase resumed land are unlikely to be admissible as direct evidence of its value.
Australia
22 Aug 2017
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Fraud and indefeasibility of title
Although the facts of this case are unique, it highlights the risks associated with fraud in real property transactions.
Australia
10 Jan 2016
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Signed in a snap: Claremont 24-7 Pty Ltd v Invox Pty Ltd [NO 2] [2015] WASC 220: email and electronics signatures
An email signature will be sufficient to meet the formal requirements associated with creating interests in land in WA.
Australia
29 Oct 2015
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Property asset sales: Six tips for a smooth transaction
Selling property assets can be complex and some important aspects are often overlooked, so be alert to these six issues.
Australia
27 Oct 2015
13
Clarification on the valuation approach to contaminated land
While any contamination is relevant to valuation, its effect and the need for remediation will still be a matter of fact.
Australia
15 May 2015
14
Another step toward red tape reduction - amendments to the Land Sales Act 1984 (QLD)
The Queensland Government has taken another step in its commitment to red tape reduction.
Australia
12 Oct 2014
15
Goodbye PAMDA: Property Occupations Bill passed
The Property Occupations Bill 2013 was passed by Parliament on 7 May 2014.
Australia
12 May 2014
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Land valuations: the role of the weighting when relying on "far from perfect" comparable sales
Discussion of the decision in Marrickville Council v Sydney Water Corporation [2013] NSWLEC 222.
Australia
28 Jan 2014
17
Relief at last from PAMDA red tape in Queensland
The Property Occupations Bill 2013 will repeal the complex PAMDA Act and replace it with industry specific legislation.
Australia
11 Dec 2013
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Off the plan sales (Victoria) rescission risk - What changes to subdivision plans will "materially affect" lots?
The case highlights the need for plans of subdivision to be finalised as much as possible prior to the contract of sale.
Australia
9 Oct 2013
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NSW Government: Sale Of 99 Year Leaseholds - Some issues that can arise
The NSW Government plans to release surplus commercial property by the sale of a long-term leasehold interests.
Australia
14 May 2013
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