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By Peter English
Business collecting any information relating to a natural person are required to comply with Australian privacy laws.
By Clement Lo, Peter English
Vendors can not advertise and sell a 3 bedroom unit when it is originally approved and constructed as a 2 bedroom unit.
By Anne Parnell, Peter English
The NSW Strata Building Bond and Inspections Scheme applies where a developer and builder have entered into a contract.
By Anne Parnell, Peter English
Start-up "Kohab", an on-line property platform, is a marketplace for friends and family to purchase property together.
By Clement Lo, Peter English
The NSW Court of Appeal recently clarified contractual interpretation principles regarding ambiguity of terms. clarified.
By Clement Lo, Peter English
Provided the adjudicator has been validly appointed, then determinations are binding on the parties and not appealable.
By Mario Prodromou
The terms of the development consent or whether physical commencement has occurred will all require investigation.
By Clement Lo, James Hamilton, Peter English
Be careful with Creditors Statutory Demands because a later request for interest can cause the enforcement mechanism to fail.
By Clement Lo, James Hamilton, Peter English
This article explores both the benefits and pitfalls of commercial arbitration between disputing parties in Australia.
By Clement Lo, James Hamilton, Peter English
A Christmas shut down period could be dangerous for businesses, because a Creditor's Statutory Demand is time-critical.
By Mario Prodromou
Best prospects of success in appealing to the L&E Court over a DA, are that applicants put forward the best DA possible.
By Mario Prodromou
It may seem surprising, but there is no law requiring councils to make a decision on a DA within a timeframe, or at all.
By James Hamilton
Our view is that an unregistered mortgage should rarely be accepted by a lender as a principal form of security.
By Peter English
The changes aim to relax restrictions on 'low-risk' venues and small bars so as to revive Sydney's night-time economy.
By James Hamilton
Parents should document any funding arrangement of a family property purchase, to avoid the risk of a costly dispute.