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Gaining control - what lot owners can do under the new NSW strata renewal legislation
Unit owners can form a 'bloc' to gain some control over voting relating to a potential sale of the whole strata scheme.
Australia
25 May 2019
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Gain­ing con­trol — what you can do under the new NSW stra­ta renew­al legislation
You can form a 'bloc' to maintain some control over any potential collective vote to sell the whole strata scheme.
Australia
16 May 2019
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Use it or lose it: a recent case on the law of adverse possession
The case highlighted how land could be lost to adverse possession if it is overlooked by executors of a deceased estate.
Australia
19 Nov 2018
4
Court rules that the minimum lot size development standard applies to strata subdivision
Unless it is part of an existing strata plan, the proposed subdivision will be subject to the minimum lot size standard.
Australia
2 Aug 2017
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Top ten tips for landlord leasing
This article contains some useful general tips and insights on matters of importance for landlord leasing.
Australia
5 May 2016
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SWAAB Attorneys top ten tips for landlord leasing
This article contains ten useful tips and insights from Swaab Attorneys on matters of importance for landlord leasing.
Australia
20 Apr 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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NSW strata reform: A different kind of deposition
The Development Bill aims to allow for the termination of a strata scheme where 75% of the owners consent to the sale.
Australia
9 Nov 2015
9
New strata reform in NSW: A different kind of deposition
These two bills are part of a strata accommodation reform process, following the Strata Title Law Reform Position Paper.
Australia
26 Oct 2015
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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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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
12
Tenants beware - High Court confirms liquidators of landlord companies can disclaim leases
The liquidators of a landlord company can disclaim a lease, which will terminate the leasehold interest of the tenant.
Australia
15 Feb 2014
13
Strata And Community Title Reform In NSW
The NSW Government has sought feedback and comments regarding proposed reform to the strata and community scheme laws.
Australia
22 Oct 2012
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Outgoings - Review of lettable area in a lease
The definition of the lettable area in a lease must be drafted in detail so that it shows the intention of both parties.
Australia
19 Aug 2012
15
Terminating a Lease in NSW - What not to do
If a landlord intends to terminate a lease, the lease should be terminated effectively with clear and direct language.
Australia
25 Apr 2012
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Retail lease bonds and dispute resolution options
Landlords must ensure they comply with the the Retail Leases Act 1994 in respect to the lodgement of bonds.
Australia
13 Nov 2011
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Landlords and tenants need to be careful about incurring expenses before both parties are bound to the lease
Discusses the risk of inucrring expenses on the assumption that a lease will proceed.
Australia
 
15 Oct 2011
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New retail leasing disclosure obligations now in force – other amendments proposed
In brief – New landlord disclosure statements and proposed amendments to retail leasing laws Retail landlords now have new disclosure obligations and also need to be aware of proposed changes under the Retail Leases Amendment Bill (2011).
Australia
21 Apr 2011
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Personal Property Securities Act 2009 – Rethinking the notion of ownership
In May 2011, the Personal Property Securities Act 2009 (Cth) (PPSA) will commence operation. It will dramatically change the way in which security interests in personal property are dealt with across Australia. The traditional understanding of the concept of ownership will change.
Australia
21 Oct 2010
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The Residential Tenancies Act 2010 in NSW - Benefits for both landlords and tenants
If you are a landlord or a tenant of residential property, you should be aware of the Residential Tenancies Act 2010, assented to by NSW Parliament on 17 June 2010 and due to commence shortly. The Act represents a major reworking of the NSW residential tenancy legislation. Whilst most of the changes to the 1987 Act favour the tenant, some processes have been made easier for the landlord.
Australia
19 Oct 2010
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