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The Superior Court of Quebec issues a reminder: the cultivation of cannabis can lead to the forfeiture of the right to an indemnity under a home insurance policy
Because of their possession of cannabis, the plaintiffs could not benefit from the indemnity under the insurance policy.
Canada
10 Jun 2019
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Increased property taxes from 1 July 2018 announced in Queensland Budget
The Queensland Government's FY2018-19 budget has been announced and it includes an increase to two property taxes.
Australia
18 Jun 2018
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Stopping and resetting the DA assessment period clock in NSW
A recent NSWLEC decision has clarified the process to be followed for formally amending a development application (DA).
Australia
18 Oct 2017
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CAUTION - Modern Slavery Act under construction!
Construction, real estate and development businesses may be unaware of slavery risk in their business or supply chains.
Australia
7 Sep 2017
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Density and development – Structuring mixed use residential projects in Queensland
This article looks at mixed use projects using a building management statement overlay with community titles schemes.
Australia
 
8 Nov 2016
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Foreign buyers to pay duty surcharge in Queensland: Real estate implications
Foreign buyers of specified residential real estate in Queensland will pay an additional 3 per cent duty surcharge.
Australia
4 Jul 2016
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Draft NSW strata schemes bills finally released for broader consultation!
These Bills outline the NSW Government's proposed strata law reforms, the first major reform of strata laws since 1973.
Australia
4 Aug 2015
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Foreign investment update
These changes include further details on agribusiness acquisitions, FIRB application fees, and real estate acquisitions.
Australia
27 May 2015
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An apartment code – do we need one in Victoria?
If Victoria is to pursue an apartment code through its planning system, it could learn from the NSW review experience.
Australia
23 Oct 2014
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Caution to developers: Purchasers’ extensive rescission rights arising from amendments to plans of subdivision
A recent case provides further guidance as to the basis on which a purchaser may rescind an 'off-the-plan' contract.
Australia
15 Oct 2013
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Queensland Transfer Duty Changes – The Real Effect
The Queensland Treasurer announced that the higher tier transfer duty rates for real estate transactions would change.
Australia
28 Oct 2012
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Why Shariah finance and real estate are a perfect match
Sharia concepts and commercial real-estate investments are complementary as they both adopt a risk sharing model.
Australia
28 Oct 2012
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Victorian Landholder Duty – Exposure Draft Bill
An exposure draft of the Duties Amendment (Landholder) Bill 2012 (Vic) (Bill) has been released by the VIC Government.
Australia
21 Apr 2012
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A summary of the Sustainable Planning (Housing Affordability and Infrastructure Charges Reform) Amendment Bill 2011
Article is a summary of the Sustainable Planning Bill 2011 and its key measures and effects.
Australia
16 Jun 2011
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The Australian Floods – Immediate Considerations for the Property Industry
The floods affecting Queensland, Victoria and NSW have been described as unprecedented and their impact on the economy will indeed be extraordinary. Early estimates place the cost of direct damages to the Queensland economy alone in the vicinity of billions of dollars. Although perhaps not yet fully understood, consequential damages resulting from the floods have the potential to be equally severe. The series of floods that have affected and continue to affect Queensland, New South Wales and
Australia
24 Jan 2011
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Misrepresentations In Advertising Material For The Proposed Sale Of Land: Some Lessons From A Recent Case
A recent NSW case has shed useful light on the judicial treatment of misrepresentations in advertising of properties for sale
Australia
27 Aug 2010
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What Amounts To A Deed And When Is A Party Bound Under A Contract?
British Gas intended to lease a number of floors at 400 George Street, Brisbane. An agreement for lease was negotiated between the landlord (collectively made up of four parties) and British Gas as the tenant.
Australia
23 Jul 2010
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Agreements to Refer Disputes to Mediation or Expert Determination: Anything more than bare bones required?
This article explores the validity of contractual clauses that purport to refer disputes to expert determination or mediation without providing specific rules or procedures for the operation of such a process
Australia
22 Jul 2010
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Existing Use Rights: Change to Conforming Use Requires Consideration of LEP Development Standards
A change from an existing use to a conforming use now requires Council’s LEP development standards to be considered in any assessment of the development application.
Australia
20 May 2010
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Will Liquor Profit Sharing Part of a Lease Survive the Sale of Licensed Premises by the Landlord?
In Western Australia, the short answer to this question is yes, provided the profit sharing arrangements have previously been approved by the Director of Liquor Licensing ...
Australia
10 May 2010
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