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Dangerfield Exley Lawyers Blog

Where there’s a Will, there’s a way: Wills explained

21 March 2018

A Will is a legal document that details what you’d like to happen with your estate upon your death. It helps ensure your assets are protected, which may include their dispersion according to your preferences, and also assists with succession planning and family

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Ready for Court? Know your pre-litigation requirements

14 March 2018

Part 2 of 2 

A litigant in a civil proceeding must first read and properly understand the overarching obligations imposed by, and set out in sections 41 and 42 of the Civil Procedure Act 2010.

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Ready for Court? Know your pre-litigation requirements

28 February 2018

Part 1 of 2

Many people may not be aware that before you commence legal proceedings, there are some pre-litigation compliance certifications that are required by the Court. Why is this the case?

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Debtors avoiding service: They can run, but can they hide?

21 February 2018

Once legal proceedings are filed, it is a necessary part of the process to personally serve the debtor or defendant with the originating court documents

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Five tips for purchasing commercial property

15 February 2018

Commercial property has become an increasingly popular investment option in recent years, especially for self-managed super fund (SMSF) investors. While many of us feel comfortable investing in residential properties

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New property laws: Are you liable to pay “ghost tax”?

07 February 2018

As of 1st January 2018, the Vacant Residential Property Tax (VRPT) also known as “ghost tax” will be imposed on dwellings vacant for more than a total of six

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Commercial property: I’ve been evicted, what are my rights?

29 January 2018

Property eviction can be a complicated procedure. If a commercial landlord engages in an unlawful eviction, they may become liable to the tenant for consequential losses and relief against

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Commercial property: My tenant hasn’t paid!

24 January 2018

Recently the DE team were contacted by a client who is a commercial landlord, enquiring about a default by his tenant on rental payments

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Renters Vs landlords: New tenancy laws

17 January 2018

Recently the Victorian Government announced an initial set of reforms that will take into account the changing nature of the rental market itself, and the needs and expectations

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Free yourself from debtors this new year

08 January 2018

The start of a new year is an excellent time to refresh your finances. Our team at DE have put together five tips that can help you free yourself

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