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Co-written by Bethany Kickert (Paralegal) KEY TAKE OUTS Adverse Possession, or ‘Squatter’s Rights’, is still a controversial topic in 2021. In Hardy v Sidoti (2020),… Read More »Adverse Possession – Squatters Rights in 2021
The buying and selling landscape is rapidly changing with the affects of COVID-19 being felt across the world. KEY TAKE OUTS: How will property sales… Read More »New Age of Selling & Buying a House during COVID-19
On 23 March 2020, amendments to the Property, Stock and Business Agents Act 2002 will commence. One aspect of these amendments relate to what agent’s… Read More »Bushfires, floods and superstitions – what is a material fact?
Digital Driver’s Licences are not sufficient for all identification purposes, therefore it is important to be aware of when a digital Drivers Licence is acceptable… Read More »Where technology and the law don’t meet: Digital Drivers Licences (Copy)
Digital Driver’s Licences are not sufficient for all identification purposes, therefore it is important to be aware of when a digital Drivers Licence is acceptable… Read More »Where technology and the law don’t meet: Digital Drivers Licences
If you are not an Australia citizen or Australian Permanent Resident it is possible that you will be considered a foreign purchaser. If this is… Read More »So you are a Foreign Purchaser – what next?
As of 1 December 2019 new legislation has been brought in to increase disclosure obligations on developers when selling off-the-plan property. KEY TAKE OUTS: New… Read More »Changes to Off-the-Plan Contracts from 1st December
Bidding at an auction can be an overwhelming thought if you have not purchased property in this way before. So we thought we would help… Read More »Steps to take before bidding at auction
There are many different considerations when purchasing rural property, in comparison to the usual block of land in the suburbs. If you haven’t owned rural… Read More »Purchasing Rural Property – What you need to know!
Legislation has been passed to change the way GST is paid to the Australian Tax Office (ATO) in relation to purchases of new residential premises… Read More »GST on purchases of property after 1st July 2018
If you have recently built a home with your partner, or bought a brand new home, and you have now separated, there is a chance… Read More »Do we need to pay our property grants back?