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Land Tax increase for certain landowners in WA

Filed under: Commercial Property

The Land Tax Amendment Act 2015 (WA)[1] (Act) was assented to on 24 September 2015, bringing in a new land tax scale for landowners in Western Australia....

Exchange of emails can lead to a binding agreement for lease

Filed under: Property, Commercial Property, Leases, Lease negotiations and disputes, Tenant and Landlord Law

In the recent case of Vantage Systems Pty Ltd v Priolo Corporation Pty Ltd [2015] WASC 21, the Court of Appeal of Western Australia held that an email...

Where to from here for developers of proposed subdivisions?

Filed under: Litigation and dispute resolution, Commercial Property

A recent decision in the Western Australian Court of Appeal relating to Section 13 of the Sale of Land Act 1970 (WA) (Section 13) has major implications...

2014 land valuations announced

Filed under: Environmental & Planning Law, Commercial Property

The Department of Natural Resources and Mines issued annual land valuations for 41 local government areas in Queensland (including Brisbane, Gold Coast,...

Defects must be dealt with

Filed under: Renting & Leasing Property, Commercial and Retail Leasing, Commercial Property, Property Law, Strata Law

Defects are expected in all new buildings with recent evidence indicating that there is a high rate of defects in new strata buildings in NSW. For this...

December 2013 Quarter CPI Figures Released

Filed under: Commercial and Retail Leasing, Commercial Property

The Australian Bureau of Statistics has today released the Consumer Price Index figures for the December 2013 quarter (for the period September to December...

Instalment Contracts - What to Look Out For

Filed under: Building & Construction law, Buying a Home, Selling a Home, Property, Commercial Property

What is an Instalment Contract? An “Instalment Contract” is an agreement for the purchase of any property where the buyer pays the purchase price by gradual...

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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