The Olympics are finally here, and what great timing as we are all at home with plenty of time to watch. Here are the new sports we’ll be watching.

In response to the recent Covid-19 restriction imposes on Greater Sydney and other regions of New South Wales, the New South Wales Government published the Retail and Other Commercial Leases (COVID-19) Regulation 2021 on 14 July 2021. The purpose of the new regulations is to assist retail and commercial landlords and tenants in navigating the impacts of COVID-19.

The High Court rejects insurers applications for special leave to appeal on 25 June 2021

Unauthorised works are a common cause of concern and conflict in strata schemes. This blog takes a look at your strata rights in further detail.

This week in the A – Z of Conveyancing, we’ll go through the commonly used terms in relation to conveyancing, looking at the letter Z.

Probate is an Order of the Supreme Court confirming that the deceased’s Will is valid. Whether or not you need a Grant of Probate depends on the type and value of assets held by the person at the time they passed away. Our guide will take you through the step by step process to obtaining probate.

Probate costs in NSW depend on the value of assets held by the Estate. We can provide you a cost estimate once we have an approximate value of the assets.

This week in the A – Z of Conveyancing, we’ll go through the commonly used terms in relation to conveyancing, looking at the letter W.

In this weeks A – Z of Family Law, Georgia discusses the letter O, covering the topic Offer of Settlement.

This week in the A – Z of Conveyancing, we’ll go through the commonly used terms in relation to conveyancing, looking at the letter V.