Mondaq Australia: Real Estate and Construction
Corrs Chambers Westgarth
This podcast looks at three significant decisions covered in Corrs' August 2018 Construction & Projects legal update.
Holding Redlich
This newsletter includes links to media releases, reports, cases and legislation relating to planning & the environment.
PCC Employment Lawyers
Reasonable management action may constitute bullying if the manner, form or frequency it is engaged in is unreasonable.
Kells
New legislation has been dubbed "the toughest yet" - in the fight to balance interests of landlords and owner occupiers.
Corrs Chambers Westgarth
The key change introduces restrictions on the ability of developers to exercise termination rights under a sunset clause.
Holding Redlich
This newsletter has links to media releases, reports, cases and legislation relating to construction and infrastructure
Holding Redlich
Owners of buildings with external combustible cladding should begin collecting information to prepare for registration.
Holding Redlich
This bulletin includes links to recent media releases, reports, cases and legislation relating to residential properties.
Holding Redlich
This newsletter includes links to media releases, reports, cases and legislation relating to property and real estate.
Broadley Rees Hogan Lawyers
Pursuant to the decision, bodies corporate in Queensland have six years to bring an action for recovery of unpaid levies.
McCullough Robertson
The law imposes a 3 stage process on owners of relevant buildings, to identify and assess the risk of cladding products.
Colin Biggers & Paisley
Developers need to be aware of changes to notification requirements for off-the-plan contracts.
Kells
Whilst you do not have a right to a view, this article outlines when you should lodge a submission to Council.
Kott Gunning
When potential purchasers could rely on a planning certificate, local governments are likely to owe them a duty of care.
Colin Biggers & Paisley
These property contract cases, including an outstanding work order and illegal building works, provide valuable lessons.
Holding Redlich
This newsletter includes links to media releases, reports, cases and legislation relating to planning & the environment.
Kott Gunning
Any individual or body corporate can lodge a caveat over a specific property, but you must have a caveatable interest.
Holding Redlich
In these articles on procurement and contracts, we firstly set out some reminders on how to approach a contract review.
Thynne & Macartney
Where possible, building contractors should avoid multiple contracts, principals or arrangements on the same project.
Corrs Chambers Westgarth
Owners of certain types of buildings must check for external combustible cladding and register all affected buildings.
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Cooper Grace Ward
Resource companies are failing to adequately compensate for the disruption to the business activities of the landowner.
ClarkeKann Lawyers
PBAs are trust accounts, intended to protect down the line subcontractors from the insolvency of up the line contractors.
Norton Rose Fulbright Australia
Businesses in food and agriculture industries should be particularly alive to the risk of slavery in their supply chains.
Surry Partners
Parents should document any funding arrangement of a family property purchase, to avoid the risk of a costly dispute.
McCullough Robertson
When the stocktake period ends, penalties apply to foreign investors who haven't registered their water entitlements.
Cooper Grace Ward
Estate planning practices could have significant consequences for resource compensation and conduct agreements (CCAs).
Dentons
The Berejiklian Government has introduced a Bill into the NSW Parliament which may change the way surcharge purchase duty and surcharge land tax applies to foreign developers.
Cooper Grace Ward
Vendors to land sale contracts in Queensland should be aware of conditions that could result in an instalment contract.
Coleman Greig Lawyers
The Unfair Contract Regime may become useful for people to avoid certain clauses in a lease because they are unfair.
Corrs Chambers Westgarth
Principals and head contractors should be aware of (and comply with) the changes, or risk being in breach of the new Act.
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