Mondaq Asia Pacific: Real Estate and Construction
Clyde & Co
Welcome to the November edition of our Infrastructure Insights newsletter which reviews a wide range of issues impacting the global infrastructure sector.
The Alert summarises 11 policy areas on the health and future of Australian agriculture, as set out in the Green Paper.
There is a need for protocols, definitions and standard form contracts for the implementation of BIM in Australia.
McKean Park Lawyers
While caveat emptor is still very important in the purchase of property, the common law does provide some protection.
This newsletter includes links to recent media releases, reports, legislation and cases relating to property & projects.
The decision has found that a clawback provision in the lease is unenforceable on the grounds that it is a penalty.
A restrictive covenant "restricts" the use of land, so that the value and enjoyment of adjoining land can be preserved.
Clyde & Co
Mr. Leung Chun-ying outlined the Hong Kong Government’s plan to streamline procedures for resolving land premium disputes.
Nishith Desai Associates
The Securities and Exchange Board of India recently introduced the final regulations for real estate investment trusts (REITs) and infrastructure investment trusts.
Makarim & Taira S.
Construction services providers need an IUJK to provide construction services as planners, contractors or supervisors.
Discussion of a recent High Court decision concerning building safety.
New Zealand has a tragic forestry safety record, but an independent review of forestry safety aims to correct this state.
This case set an important precedent for the engineering industry and those in development and subdivision projects.
Most Popular Recent Articles
Singh & Associates
After much delay and deliberation The Real Estate Regulation and Development Bill, 2013 has been approved by the Union Cabinet on June 4, 2013.
This decision casts doubt on the proposition that landlords and principals have immediate access to guaranteed funds.
Singh & Associates
The doctrine of Estoppels, precludes a person from denying or to negate anything to the contrary of that which has been constituted as truth, either by his own actions, by his deeds or by his representations or by the acts of judicial or legislative officers.
Global Jurix, Advocates & Solicitors
Ending a tedious seven-year wait, the Securities and Exchange Board of India finally approved the establishment of the Real Estate Investment Trusts in India.
Norton Rose Fulbright Australia
The issues for the Court's consideration included whether the purported notice of appeal had been filed out of time.
These new and amended provisions will enhance consumer protection by simplifying a vendor's disclosure obligations.
The decision has implications for the property and infrastructure industries, or anyone who uses development agreements.
Stacks/The Law Firm
Property owners are being threatened with fines for renting out rooms in their homes without having consulted council.
The reforms that will take effect on 1 December are examples of the Qld government's commitment to removing red tape.
Cooper Grace Ward
A recent High Court decision has far reaching implications for builders, developers, body corporates and owners.