We’ve been taking a lot of enquiries recently regarding the new Covid-19 Leasing Code of Conduct (“the Code”) announced by the Australian Government. We expect the Code to be legislated
This war story shows the true value of a lease document. In this case, potentially $500,000.
Should you establish an SMSF? There are some advantages, but a fair few pitfalls as well. Read this blog to find out more.
From 1 October 2019, paper certificates of title will be abolished in Queensland. This means that if you currently have a paper title in your possession, it will be void.
Special conditions included in either commercial or residential contracts may not correctly set out the intentions of the parties if they are not worded carefully. This can lead to the
In most property sales in Queensland the Agent will hold the deposit as the nominated deposit holder. The Agents Financial Administration Act 2014 (Section 17) allows a Real Estate Agent
What is an Option Agreement? A Call Option gives the buyer the right to force the seller to sell a property to the buyer at an agreed price, within an
It is often the case that not everyone in a family will be of the same mind. Not all families operate as harmonious units. If rifts or disagreements occur, or
Under the standard terms and conditions of an REIQ contract, a seller is required to deliver to the buyer at settlement the keys for all locks and security systems on
Under the Corporations Act there a number of ways in which a company can sign documents (including deeds). Specifically, the Act provides that a company may sign a document without