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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...

What is novation?

Filed under: Conveyancing, Property Sales and Acquisitions, Contracts and Agreements

Nomination versus novation Contracts for the sale of land may provide for the transfer of title to the purchaser or its nominee.

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...

When is an Option validly exercised?

Filed under: Property Sales and Acquisitions, Contracts and Agreements

Options are common in relation to the acquisition of land, new leases, shares, intellectual property rights and the grant of other property and contractual...

4 Trade Mark Mistakes Startups Should Avoid

Filed under: Intellectual Property, Intellectual Property and Trade Marks

Registering a trade mark should be at the top of your priority list when starting a business. Think of a trade mark as the foundation upon which to build...

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...

When Are You Not Protected by Copyright?

Filed under: Intellectual Property, Intellectual Property and Trade Marks

As a copyright owner, you have exclusive rights to use, adapt, publish and exploit your original work. If someone else uses your protected work without...

4 Strategies to Enforce your Intellectual Property Rights in Australia

Filed under: Intellectual Property, Intellectual Property

‘Intellectual property’ (IP) is a broad term used to identify intangible rights that allow you to commercialise your creative efforts. IP rights exist...

Misleading representation and the sale of land: The law in Australia

Filed under: Buying a Home, Selling a Home, Property Law

Consumers in Australia enjoy a number of safeguards from false or misleading representations made in the sale of goods and services from vendors with the...

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