Buying or Selling a Property

Buying or Selling a PropertyBuying or selling property is one of the most important financial decisions you will ever make. On this site you'll find a number of resources explaining some of the legal issues that homeowners, home buyers, tenants and landlords might need to think about. Find important on buying and selling a property, finding the right mortgage, buying a home with others, how to deal with builders and much more.


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What types of conduct may be considered unconscionable?

Date: 01 Sep 2017, Filed under: Buying a Home, Property, Buying a Property

When determining whether a person is in contravention of s 21, s 22(1) of the ACL outlines the types of conduct that may be considered unconscionable by...

What types of conduct may be considered unconscionable?

Date: 01 Sep 2017, Filed under: Buying a Home, Property, Property Law, Buying a Property

When determining whether a person is in contravention of s 21, s 22(1) of the ACL outlines the types of conduct that may be considered unconscionable by...

What are the laws relating to copyright infringement via authorisation?

Date: 01 Sep 2017, Filed under: Intellectual Property

When trying to determine whether copyright infringement has been authorised, there are a number of things to consider when making such a determination.First,...

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The Minister for Victorian Consumer Affairs Minister Marlene Kairouz stated that another Melbourne real estate agent has been caught underquoting, as Consumer...

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Date: 27 Nov 2012, Filed under: Banking & Finance, Buying a Home, Building a Home

The Housing Industry Association (HIA) has announced that housing affordability continued to grow in the September 2012 quarter with improvements evident...

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Date: 08 Nov 2012, Filed under: Taxation law, Property

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