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December 2018

Property: Modifying or Extinguishing Easements

The past few months have been quite busy, particularly on the lecturing front. Fortunately (for my sanity at least) most of the seminars I’ve presented have concentrated on really interesting parts of the Conveyancing Act 1919 (NSW) (‘CA’) like options, relief against forfeiture and (my personal favourite) the creation of easements. I had a matter cr Read More...

December 2018

Corporate & Commercial: Setting Aside Statutory Demands

The statutory demand process is one of many ways a company can be wound up. A creditor usually kicks off the ordeal by issuing a statutory demand on the debtor for a debt(s) that exceeds $2,000.


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December 2018

Property: Disputes Arising From Co-Ownership

Purchasing property in today’s market can be difficult. The usual ‘tough decisions’ concerning where, when and how to purchase a property are sometimes riddled with concealed potholes. For this reason, and many others, it is imperative that any issues pertaining to the purchase of a property are ironed out well before you sign on the ‘dotted line’ and settlement comes about to ensure that disputes do not arise down the track.


November 2018

Appellate: Altering a Property's Categorisation

The Court of Appeal recently heard an appeal from the Land and Environment Court where a property developer managed to successfully alter the ‘categorisation’, for rating purposes, of various developments in Sydney from 'business' to 'residential'. The main issues in the Land and...

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