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Get it right! There is no substitute for clear drafting in property dealings
Parties can assume significant risks if the terms of the document aren't clear or don't clearly reflect their intentions.
Australia
19 Feb 2018
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New GST Withholding regime on new residential property transactions - will you be ready?
The new "GST withholding" regime promises to have a significant impact on "new" residential property transactions.
Australia
19 Feb 2018
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Steady progress being made towards the reform of native title with release of Options Paper
Federal Government Options Paper aimed at improving native title system seeks views on amendments to Native Title Act.
Australia
13 Dec 2017
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CU LAB: Verification of identity - what actually verifies my identity?
This are common questions: What do I need to show a law firm to verify my identity - and how often do I need to show it?
Australia
11 Jun 2017
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CU LAB: Verification of identity rules - how do they affect the banking sector?
As Australia moves to electronic platforms for conveyancing, banks should look carefully at VOI rules to prevent fraud.
Australia
1 Jun 2017
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Good things happen when you get your priorities right – NSW gets priority notices for electronic conveyancing
A priority notice alerts all interested parties to the fact that the lodgement of a conveyancing transaction is imminent.
Australia
3 Oct 2016
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The heat is on: more commercial properties swept up in energy efficiency rules
More owners and landlords may need a Building Energy Efficiency Certificate when selling or leasing commercial buildings.
Australia
22 Aug 2016
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Verification of identity in NSW - full compliance with new conveyancing rules now required
The Rules require lawyers and conveyancers to verify the identity of clients and that they have the relevant authority.
Australia
8 Aug 2016
9
Nine questions and answers for the new non-resident withholding tax (NRCGTWT)
The new non-resident withholding tax now applies to every property contract entered into, subject to three exemptions.
Australia
27 Jul 2016
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Foreign resident capital gains tax withholding made simple
Australian property vendors should apply for a clearance certificate once a sale of relevant property is contemplated.
Australia
27 Jul 2016
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Verification of identity rules in NSW real estate transactions, or who are you again?
These new Rules also relate to the requirements for lawyers and conveyancers to verify the identity of their clients.
Australia
31 May 2016
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New verification of identity requirements for paper conveyancing in Victoria
There are new verification of identity requirements to lodge Victorian registrable instruments or dealings in paper form.
Australia
2 Nov 2015
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Purchasing land for development: some useful special conditions
Special conditions can ensure all necessary consents and approvals for future development have been, or can be, obtained.
Australia
30 Oct 2015
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Subject to Contract negotiations can result in binding agreements!
What you thought were pre-contractual negotiations could be a binding contract even where no formal contract was signed.
Australia
1 Jun 2015
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New surcharge for foreign buyers of Victorian residential property
A 3% surcharge will apply to foreign purchasers who buy, directly or indirectly, residential property in Victoria.
Australia
8 May 2015
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Landmark decision means payments under development agreements liable to stamp duty
The High Court has revisited the concept of what constitutes "consideration" for the transfer of "dutiable property".
Australia
14 Dec 2014
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Changes to Victorian conveyancing requirements start from 1 October - are you ready?
If the vendor fails to supply all of the information required, the purchaser may be able to end the sale contract.
Australia
 
6 Oct 2014
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Proposed changes seek to clarify terms contract provisions in Victoria
These proposed changes will have practical and important implications for vendors and purchasers of land in Victoria.
Australia
1 Sep 2014
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How identity fraud in mortgage transactions can affect mortgagees: recent legislative changes
Mortgagees who fail to adequately verify the identity of mortgagors may risk losing indefeasibility of their mortgages.
Australia
29 Sep 2013
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First come first serve - or so you thought: Restriction on the rights of a first ranking mortgagee
The registration of a subsequent mortgage without the first mortgagee's consent could derail a consensual sale process.
Australia
28 Oct 2012
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