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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Misleading representation and the sale of land: The law in Australia

Filed under: Buying a Home, Selling a Home, Property Law

Consumers in Australia enjoy a number of safeguards from false or misleading representations made in the sale of goods and services from vendors with the...

An introduction to mortgages and loan contracts

Filed under: Property, Buying a Property

There are generally two types of mortgages in operation in regards to property, which are: security that involves the actual conveyance of a legal estate...

Fixtures and rental properties: What changes can a tenant make?

Filed under: Renting & Leasing Property, Property Law, Tenant and Landlord Law

One aspect of renting property is that tenants may not always be completely satisfied with some of the fixtures that may form part of the property. For...

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How can I protect the copyright of any materials that appear on my website?

Date: 01 Oct 2017, Filed under: Intellectual Property

If you wish to protect your intellectual property on your website, whether it’s to do with the multimedia elements, text, or the overall design,...

Can the tort of trespass also be applied to property?

Date: 01 Oct 2017, Filed under: Property

Most people would be aware of what trespass constitutes, and you would be correct in your assumptions, because trespass is indeed the wrongful interference...

Can the tort of trespass also be applied to property?

Date: 01 Oct 2017, Filed under: Property

Most people would be aware of what trespass constitutes, and you would be correct in your assumptions, because trespass is indeed the wrongful interference...

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Real estate agent caught underquoting

Date: 02 Feb 2017, Filed under: Business & Commercial Law, Property Law

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

Housing affordability continues to improve according to the Housing Industry Association

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...

Vic stamp duty: property in children's names transferred to parents – no duty exemption

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

The Victorian Civil and Administrative Tribunal has affirmed a stamp duty assessment issued to husband and wife taxpayers (parents) in relation to the...

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