Mondaq Australia: Real Estate and Construction
Coleman Greig Lawyers
As an owner in NSW, what are your options when your tenant stops paying rent - and what is the best course of action?
Cooper Grace Ward
Builders should now ensure that they challenge any adverse QBCC decisions before the QBCC makes an insurance payout.
Holding Redlich
This article discusses 3 NCAT cases about rectification of defective work and new developments in home building schemes.
Holding Redlich
This newsletter includes links to recent media releases, reports, cases and legislation relating to residential property.
Holding Redlich
This newsletter includes links to recent media releases, documents and cases relating to construction and infrastructure.
Holding Redlich
NSW planning reform requires patience and timing, and the government has shown infinite patience and impeccable timing.
Holding Redlich
The changes aim to increase transparency, certainty and fairness for all parties involved in the retail leasing sector.
Holding Redlich
This 2017 Act was introduced to address safety risks arising from the use of non-conforming building products in NSW.
Holding Redlich
Care needs to be taken to ensure that if the beneficiary wants guarantees to be truly unconditional, this must be clear.
Sparke Helmore Lawyers
This new act and regulations will give Councils and other bodies powers to prevent the use of unsafe building products.
Madgwicks
Valuers must be careful when writing a valuation report, corresponding with landlords and tenants and answering queries.
Corrs Chambers Westgarth
A unified vision of land use, transport and infrastructure is at the heart of the draft Greater Sydney Region Plan.
Colin Biggers & Paisley
These recent decisions show inherent risks of breaching development consents or anticipating a grant of modification.
KordaMentha
APRA has published additional data providing an overview of commercial property exposure limits adopted by ADI's.
HHG Legal Group
This guide will focus on lump sum contracts, but you should seek advice on the best payment regime for your business.
HHG Legal Group
Time is usually of the essence, and the contractor often takes the risk of liability for delayed completion of works.
HHG Legal Group
Most standard-form contracts provide that a contractor's works will be carried out in a "proper and workmanlike manner".
Bartier Perry
The reforms will further assist dispossessed landowners while they are also aimed at making the process more transparent.
Bartier Perry
Councils may regulate land use by public positive covenants and restrictions, although this power is often forgotten.
Clayton Utz
A revised draft exposure bill proposing a major projects assessment process has been released for further consultation.
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Vendors to land sale contracts in Queensland should be aware of conditions that could result in an instalment contract.
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The Unfair Contract Regime may become useful for people to avoid certain clauses in a lease because they are unfair.
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PBAs are trust accounts, intended to protect down the line subcontractors from the insolvency of up the line contractors.
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.
Colin Biggers & Paisley
Proceeds from a property development project may be taxed as a disposal of trading stock, profit making scheme or capital gain.
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The Turnbull Government has released Exposure Draft legislation that proposes to implement the 2017-18 Budget measure of requiring purchasers of newly constructed ...
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.
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