Property developers and investors should be aware of these issues when trying to finalise a 'pre-contract' arrangement:
The newsletter has links to recent media releases, industry reports and cases relating to construction & infrastructure.
The Australian Bureau of Statistics yesterday released the Consumer Price Index figures for the June 2014 quarter.
The changes will reform the provision and enhance consumer protection by simplifying a vendor's disclosure obligations.
A myriad of post-quake property issues are only now rearing their ugly heads.
The Recovery Plan recognises that the existing Living Zones result in an unnecessarily complex planning environment.
A number of technical amendments have been made to the Unit Titles Act 2010.
When meth is manufactured or used, a wide range of poisonous, explosive, and extremely flammable chemicals are used.
The Act is implemented by local councils, and there are no strict guidelines for how those councils should act.
A tenant is obligated to maintain the premises to the same condition as at the commencement of the lease.
The purchaser of a unit can cancel the agreement if the disclosure statements are not provided within prescribed times.
The standard timeframes in a purchase agreement must be amended to take into account a purchaser's special conditions.
This situation showed the importance of insurance – vendors need to maintain insurance right up to the settlement day.
Builders or those working in the construction industry should obtain a code compliance certificate as soon as possible.