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Destroying or Damaging Commonwealth Property

Filed under: Property

Destroying or Damaging Commonwealth Property is a charge that is made against a person who allegedly damaged or destroyed property that belongs to the...

When can a real estate agent be held liable for misleading and deceptive conduct?

Filed under: Property, Property Sales and Acquisitions

Real estate agents receive information from vendors which they may pass on to potential purchasers verbally and in writing (for example in online and printed...

Is Hearsay Evidence Admissible in an Expert Valuation?

Filed under: Property

When property (such as land) is valued by an expert, the expert will generally rely on: matters drawn from his or her own knowledge and experience,...

Gifting The Family Home In NSW

Filed under: Wills, Property

Gifting the family home in a Will can cause a few red flags, if you don't have expert advice at the time of making your Will. What if Property is Jointly...

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...

What happens to marriage property if your spouse becomes bankrupt?

Filed under: Marriage and Civil Partnerships, Property

What happens to property if your husband or wife becomes bankrupt? The general law in Australia.

What should be in the contract for a sale of residential land?

Filed under: Conveyancing, Building & Construction law, Buying a Home, Selling a Home, Property, Real Estate and Development

Purchasing property is an immense financial undertaking and it is essential that the contract for the sale of land meets all of the legal requirements...

How are easements extinguished or modified in Australia?

Filed under: Conveyancing, Property

There are a number of ways that an easement can be extinguished or modified, and can be done so by agreement, abandonment by a non-user, alterations made...

Easements in Australia: How are they created? And other questions about easements

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

What is an easement? How are they created? And what's the difference between positive and negative easements? All about easement law in Australia

When are landlords required to make repairs to a rental property?

Filed under: Renting & Leasing Property, Property

Many people will probably have seen a story on one of those nightly current affair programs exposing the unscrupulous behaviour of a landlord who refuses...

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