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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.

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...

How are easements extinguished or modified in Australia?

Filed under: Conveyancing, Property

There are a number of ways that an easement can be extinguished or modified, and can be done so by agreement, abandonment by a non-user, alterations made...

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

Revised verification of identity requirements in Queensland

Filed under: Conveyancing, Property Law

There have been amendments to the process which mortgagees and transferees of mortgages may adopt to satisfy their obligation under sections 11A and 11B...

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?

Strata by-laws: How they are created and dispute resolution

Filed under: Conveyancing, Buying a Home, Building a Home, Renting & Leasing Property, Property

How are strata by-laws created in Australia? And how are disputes resolved if there is a strata issue.

Jointly Owned Property - Risk Management

Filed under: Conveyancing

Traditionally in Australia the major asset was the family home which was always jointly owned by husband and wife as joint proprietors.

Misleading representations in the sale of land

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

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...

Strata title property: Who pays for maintenance?

Filed under: Conveyancing, Building & Construction law, Renting & Leasing Property

The University of New South Wales, through the City Futures policy research centre, recently completed a survey of 1,550 strata owners, managers and peak...

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