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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...

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

Domestic Building Matters - Apartment Owners have Rights too

Filed under: Property, Real Estate and Development

IS YOUR apartment a home? You might think the answer is obviously positive, yet the question required determination in the Supreme Court of Victoria in...

What is a caveat? And how does it affect land ownership in Australia?

Filed under: Conveyancing, Buying a Home, Property, Real Estate and Development

What is a caveat? And how does it affect land ownership in Australia?

Domestic Building Matters - Variations

Filed under: Building & Construction law, Building a Home, Real Estate and Development, Property Law, Building Dispute Resolutions, Property Development Agreements & Joint Ventures

VARIATIONS OF building plans or specifications are a common source of dispute between a builder and building owner. This is because variations may increase...

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...

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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