06 July 2017
Australian Consumer Law and your Business
If you are a business owner, you will be aware that as of 1 January 2011, all Australian businesses have had the same rights and responsibilities under the Australian Consumer Law (ACL). The ACL applies nationally and in all States and TerritoriesRead More >
29 June 2017
Have you provided credit or loaned money, but been unable, or have not yet registered a mortgage over your borrower’s property as security? In most cases, until and unless you have a registered legal interest on theRead More >
21 June 2017
As of 1 July 2017, all Purchasers of real estate entering into a Contract of Sale with a market value of $750,000 or more must withhold 12.5% of the purchaseRead More >
15 June 2017
A guarantee is a binding promise by a third party (‘guarantor’) to pay some debt or perform some act or duty owed by the debtor. In other words, the guarantor is liable to a creditor for the obligations of a debtor. If the debtor defaults and cannot repay theRead More >
08 June 2017
If a creditor believes you owe money and you have not paid, chances are the creditor will want to recover the money and in doing so, may serve you with a letter of demand or Magistrates’Read More >
01 June 2017
Carrie has been saving for her deposit for several years, determined this is the year she will purchase a property in Melbourne. As a potential first home owner, Carrie is excited about the stamp duty savings and first home owner grant now available to her when buying an apartment off the plan. She visited an estate agency and was instantly dazzled by the beautifulRead More >
24 May 2017
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18 May 2017
Dealing with a death of a friend or family member is one of the most difficult challenges with which we are inevitably faced. Often this difficult time can be compounded by disputes that arise about the management and distribution of the deceased person’s affairs, assets and liabilitiesRead More >
10 May 2017
In a bid to boost housing affordability for Victorians, the state Government has planned seventeen (17) new suburbs across Melbourne’s key growth zones. These new suburbs will provide 100,000 lots over the next two (2) years.
05 May 2017
Act before June 30 to review or restructure your investments.
The State of Victoria recently announced a suite of housing law reforms in the May 2017-2018 budget.
From 1st July 2017, there will no longer be a stamp duty exemption for the transfer of properties between spouses for investment properties
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