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Pri­or­i­ty notices: Pru­dent or impractical?
Priority notices are cheap but temporary, so if there is a caveatable interest, perhaps a caveat should be preferred.
Australia
25 May 2019
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Pri­or­i­ty notices in NSW: Pru­dent or impractical?
Priority notices are a quick and cheap tool to preserve the priority of future dealings, but their uptake has been slow.
Australia
13 Apr 2019
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The GST withholding regime starts July 2018 - a look at the transactions to which it will apply
The legislation requires purchasers to remit the GST element of the purchase price directly to the ATO at settlement.
Australia
1 Jun 2018
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The What, How and Why of put and call options
Put and call options allow parties to enter into an agreement to sell or acquire land with minimum upfront commitment.
Australia
20 Jun 2016
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Government and ATO tighten laws in relation to sale of property by foreign residents
The article addresses how these amendments will apply to the sale of Australian real property by foreign residents.
Australia
24 Mar 2016
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New NSW property laws for a New Year! Real estate agents who underquote are the target
Underquoting is an unflavoured practice to attract interest in a property, similar to "bait and switch" advertising.
Australia
24 Feb 2016
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Breaking news: The sun is setting on unfair use of sunset clauses in off the-plan sales in NSW!
This amendment to the Conveyancing Act by the NSW Government has shifted the balance in relation to strata developments.
Australia
15 Dec 2015
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Claims made by a person deprived of land title by fraud
It is a central tenet of the Torrens system that it is a system of title by registration.
Australia
1 Mar 2015
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NABERS certification for commercial property: Don't get caught on the wrong side of the fence
If you are a vendor or a lessor you should ensure that your building has appropriate NABERS certification in place.
Australia
17 Jul 2014
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NSW swimming pool compliance legislation delay: A sensible outcome
The implementation of swimming pool changes is to be postponed for a further 12 months, to commence on 29 April 2015.
Australia
16 May 2014
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E-conveyancing - The "E" stands for "Exciting"!
The article looks at the reliability and other benefits which may arrive when property settlements leap into cyberspace.
Australia
17 Apr 2014
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Selling a property with a pool in NSW? Dive right into compliance
All properties listed for sale or for lease with a swimming pool in NSW must have a valid swimming pool certificate.
Australia
15 Mar 2014
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Are you selling a property in NSW with a pool?
It will be mandatory to include a valid "certificate of compliance" in order to sell a NSW property with a swimming pool.
Australia
1 Mar 2014
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