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Caveats Series – Part 2: Can I lodge a caveat?
Any individual or body corporate can lodge a caveat over a specific property, but you must have a caveatable interest.
Australia
8 Sep 2018
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Caveats Series – Part 1: What is a caveat?
Caveats are one of the most recognisable instruments when it comes to land transactions, and can also be misunderstood,
Australia
11 Aug 2018
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New GST withholding regime on new residential property
In order to stop tax evasion, buyers & sellers of new residential premises now subject to GST withholding regime.
Australia
2 May 2018
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Aged care accommodation need not be subsidised to be Charitable
NFP aged care and retirement villages, where residents have entry fees and fees for services, may still be 'charitable'.
Australia
23 Dec 2016
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The exceptions to the indefeasibility of Torrens Title
The director's fraudulent conduct meant that he had no entitlement to any part of the compensation or the property.
Australia
3 Mar 2015
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False or misleading representations in property transactions
This article should also interest real estate agents, property managers, auctioneers, property valuers and developers.
Australia
29 Dec 2014
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Property law: Squatters lack consent and pay the price
A couple were prosecuted for blocking off a laneway.
Australia
1 Oct 2013
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Thinking about amalgamating or subdividing property in Western Australia? Some fees are about to increase significantly
On the 18th June 2013 the WA Minister for Planning published new fees for a number of planning functions.
Australia
1 Jul 2013
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Illegal Sign – WA Supreme Court Reduces Fine
On appeal, the Supreme Court reduced the fine for a large, unauthorised temporary advertising hoarding on vacant land.
Australia
5 Feb 2013
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Real Estate Agents Update: Amendments to Retail Shop Leasing Laws delayed
The commencement of the amendments to the retail shop leasing laws in WA has now been delayed until later in 2012.
Australia
16 May 2012
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Brokers: Beware Of Subject To Finance Clauses
When prospective home buyers make an offer to purchase a property, the contract is ‘subject to finance’.
Australia
29 Sep 2011
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