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NSW Court Of Appeal Elucidates High Court’s Contextual Approach To Contractual Interpretation

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

In Mainteck Services Pty Ltd v Stein Heurtey SA [2014] NSWCA 184 (Mainteck) the NSW Court of Appeal has elucidated the need to interpret a contract by...

Land Sales Act amendments

Filed under: Property Development Law

The Land Sales and Other Legislation Amendment Bill 2014 (Qld) (Bill) was introduced to the Queensland Parliament on 3 June 2014. The Bill has not yet...

Understanding the State Planning Regulatory Provisions and a Plan of Development as they apply to the Yeerongpilly Transit Oriented Development

Filed under: Property, Property Development Law

The Queensland State Government recently released its draft future plan for the Yeerongpilly Transit Orient Development (Yeerongpilly TOD). The site comprises...

Adverse Possession of Disused Laneways

Filed under: Structuring and Asset Protection Law, Property Development Law

IF YOU occupy a strip of land at the rear of your property that is not on your title you may have adversely possessed a disused laneway. You could perfect...

Building and Construction Alert: Planning Law Perspectives

Filed under: Building & Construction law, Building a Home, Real Estate and Development, Property Development Law, Property Law

Welcome to the third issue in a rolling series of Alerts offering planning law perspectives on issues relevant to the building and construction indust...

When do I need to sign a major domestic building contract?

Filed under: Building & Construction law, Building a Home, Property, Contract Law, Property Development Law, Property Law

You will need to sign a Domestic Building Contract with a builder or tradesperson when you are undertaking domestic building works for the value of more...

How do I make changes to my Domestic Building Contract

Filed under: Building & Construction law, Building a Home, Property, Contract Law, Property Development Law, Property Law

You may only make changes to your Domestic Building Contract by way of written and signed variations that has been agreed upon between you and the builder...

Building and Construction Alert: Planning Law Perspectives

Filed under: Building & Construction law, Property Development Law

Welcome to the first issue in a rolling series of Alerts offering planning law perspectives on issues relevant to the building and construction indust...

Building Covenants and How These May Affect You

Filed under: Building & Construction law, Building a Home, Real Estate and Development, Commercial Property, Property Development Law, Property Law

A building covenant is restrictive covenant and strictly defined a restrictive covenant is a provision in a deed limiting the use of the property and prohibiting...

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