Current filters:  
Australia
Real Estate
Australia
McCullough Robertson
Where a development is required to exhibit design excellence, take steps to ensure this is a key driver of the proposal from the outset.
McCullough Robertson
Recent changes to the law, overview of existing planning regime, characterisation of land uses, area for reform.
McCullough Robertson
New laws mandate longer exhibition periods for DA's made by councils or which involve land owned or occupied by councils.
McCullough Robertson
Make sure that the DCO has been drafted correctly, so as to not give rise to a challenge of its validity.
Bartier Perry
The Act represents a fundamental change in the principles and scope of liability for defective construction work.
Bartier Perry
Demonstrates the importance of getting it right when selecting insurance, applying liquidated damages, running SOPA claims etc.
Bartier Perry
A must read for homeowners, owners corporations and strata managers. All about SOPA eg. when does it apply & when can it be used?
Rostron Carlyle Rojas
What is a Notice to Complete (NTC)? How to serve a NTC. Consequences for failing to complete. Challenging a NTC.
Rostron Carlyle Rojas
Link to video uncovering what you need to be incorporating into your building contracts to mitigate risk & set you up for success.
Vincent Young
Where defective construction work requires rectification and the rectification work is carried out by the Principal, the Principal is entitled to recover the cost of those rectification...
Holding Redlich
The HOA was expressed as a valid, binding agreement, giving rise to a binding option to purchase the hotel.
Vincent Young
It was always the case that the seal of an Owners Corporation needed to be affixed physically and in the presence of appropriate witnesses to comply with s273 of the Strata Schemes Management Act...
Stacks Law Firm
What is the Exclusion Register & how does it work?
Stacks Law Firm
Interesting case where sellers sue buyers for balance of deposit.
Holding Redlich
The draft Property Law Bill 2022 proposes a regime to implement a statutory seller disclosure scheme in Queensland.
Herbert Smith Freehills
The new "change in beneficial ownership" provisions (covered in our note here) have been in force in NSW since 19 May 2022 (State Revenue and Fines Legislation...
Holding Redlich
This fifth article to examine the popular AS4902 standard form design and construct contract considers Variations.
Holding Redlich
Landlords in Queensland are now required to comply with new obligations when ending residential tenancies.
KordaMentha
Significant institutional capital has been targeting industrial property, particularly to find under-rented real estate.
ClarkeKann Lawyers
The aim of the new law is to prevent developers from carrying out building work that may result in serious defects.
FREE News Alerts
Sign Up for our free News Alerts - All the latest articles on your chosen topics condensed into a free bi-weekly email.
Popular Contributors
Upcoming Events
Popular Authors
Mondaq Social Media