Using Sunset Clauses To Cancel NSW Property Contracts

2018-02-09T07:36:04+00:00

Using Sunset Clauses To Cancel NSW Property Contracts In real property terms, buying off the plan mean signing a contract to purchase a property, whether it is an apartment, townhouse or a house and land before it is built.  Buyers would pay a 10% deposit upfront and can be left waiting for years [...]

Using Sunset Clauses To Cancel NSW Property Contracts 2018-02-09T07:36:04+00:00

What Are Easements On The Title Of Land And What Do They Mean?

2018-02-09T08:05:49+00:00

What Are Easements On The Title Of Land And What Do They Mean? In New South Wales the Conveyancing Act 1919 (“the Act”) is the legislation which expresses and regulates the essential law relating generally to land in NSW. Other legislation, such as The Real Property Act 1900 and the acts relating to Strata [...]

What Are Easements On The Title Of Land And What Do They Mean? 2018-02-09T08:05:49+00:00

What Does A ‘ Covenant ’ On The Title Of Land Mean?

2018-02-09T09:25:48+00:00

What Does A ‘ Covenant ’ On The Title Of Land Mean? Under The Torrens Title system of land registration, the Registered Proprietor of a parcel of land is the absolute owner of that land. His or her title is indefeasible, and is protected absolutely against claims [...]

What Does A ‘ Covenant ’ On The Title Of Land Mean? 2018-02-09T09:25:48+00:00

What Is Reasonably Necessary Per Section 88K Of The Conveyancing Act?

2018-02-09T09:51:54+00:00

What Is Reasonably Necessary Per Section 88K Of The Conveyancing Act? We all, in a particular context, at times use words and phrases about which we are sure there is a clear and unambiguous meaning, and it can come as a surprise when another person provides a different [...]

What Is Reasonably Necessary Per Section 88K Of The Conveyancing Act? 2018-02-09T09:51:54+00:00

Forced Easements In NSW: Section 88K Of The Conveyancing Act

2018-02-09T10:24:26+00:00

Forced Easements In NSW: Section 88K Of The Conveyancing Act Gone are the days when the old saying “A man’s home is his castle” held true. These days, the amount of legislation regulating how we are able to use our land is overwhelming. When it comes to planning and development, public authorities [...]

Forced Easements In NSW: Section 88K Of The Conveyancing Act 2018-02-09T10:24:26+00:00

What To Look Out For In Queensland House Property Contracts

2018-02-11T12:40:54+00:00

What To Look Out For In Queensland House Property Contracts As a purchaser of residential property in Queensland it is important to be aware of your rights before signing a contract of sale.  An agent will often present the contract to you with urgent instructions to sign and return, [...]

What To Look Out For In Queensland House Property Contracts 2018-02-11T12:40:54+00:00

Purchasing A NSW Property? Seven Key Contract Terms To Consider

2018-02-11T14:31:32+00:00

Purchasing A NSW Property? Seven Key Contract Terms To Consider If you’re looking for a property in NSW, you’ve probably come across one or two property contracts. Have you noticed how thick they are? When you add a building and pest report (and the strata report if you’re buying [...]

Purchasing A NSW Property? Seven Key Contract Terms To Consider 2018-02-11T14:31:32+00:00