Broadley Rees Hogan Lawyers
'e-Conveyancing' is an initiative aimed to provide a much needed modernization of the sale of Australian real property.
Hunt & Hunt
This decision marks the end of any remaining speculation about apartment sizes to be applied in conjunction with SEPP 65.
An owner builder gives the same promises as a builder with a building contract, so can also be sued for defective work.
Coleman Greig Lawyers
NSW tenants should be aware of the Retail Leases Act, whether negotiating a new lease or re-negotiating a current lease.
The Government aims to develop an earthquake strengthening policy for public safety and to minimise future fatalities.
The main issues were the extent of damage to the foundations of the house, and the remediation strategy for repairs.
The Government is proposing amendments to deal with earthquake-prone buildings after the tragic events in Christchurch.
The Government Select Committee has taken the step of releasing an interim report and asking for further submissions.
A new act to focus on recovery and regeneration is proposed to replace the Canterbury Earthquake Recovery Act in 2016.
The Draft Residential Red Zone Offer Recovery Plan has preliminary views on likely offers for red zone property owners.
It is looking likely that the expiry dates for post-earthquake temporary consents will be extended until at least 2018.
The Commission focused its inquiry on the territorial authorities in New Zealand's ten fastest growing urban areas.
FICA will bring a coordinated approach to safety in forestry.
It can be frustrating and costly for a commercial landlord when trying to deal with a tenant who isn't paying the rent.