If a property has been damaged between the signing of a Contract of Sale and the settlement date, there are a number of factors, including
If you have signed a Contract for the sale of a residential or a small rural property, the Contract will allow for a cooling off
What is the difference between Tenants in Common and Joint Proprietors? There are some key differences between Tenants in Common and Joint Proprietors which will
The Treasury Laws Amendment (Foreign Resident Capital Gains Withholding Payments) Act 2017, assists with the collection of foreign residents’ Australian tax obligations. The way it
What is an executor of a will? An executor is a person named in the will of the deceased and is responsible for the administration
What is capacity? A person signing a Will or a Power of Attorney needs to have capacity to give instructions to make a Will or
The term secured and unsecured loans are bandied around financial institutions and law firms quite a lot. But do you know what they really mean?
What is an Executor? An Executor of a Will is an individual responsible of taking care of a deceased person’s estate after they pass away.
Having practiced in the area of property law for quite some time, I have seen many people getting caught out when try to subdivide their
Buying “Off the Plan” means that plan is subdivision is not registered and therefore there is no title to it. Usually a substantial amount of
NOTE: We refer to the law in the state of Victoria. The short answer is yes, but there are conditions that must be met. One
When considering making an Enduring Power of Attorney for financial matters, there are a number of issues to consider:- Who is to act as your
When contemplating commencing an Appointment of Medical Treatment Decision Maker, the matters to consider are:- Your current health, values and beliefs. The person or persons