There are 5 factors that the Court is required to consider when making a determination in relation to property proceedings in Family Law matters. These steps are set out as follows:

In the finalisation of the ongoing digital transformation of the conveyancing process in NSW, the Registrar General has announced that from 11 October 2021 all Certificates of Title (‘CTs’) will be abolished and paper based land dealings will no longer be accepted.

Retail and commercial landlords in New South Wales who provide reductions in rent to financially distressed tenants impacted by COVID-19 may be eligible for a reduction in their 2021 land tax liability

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.

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.

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.

Good news for Animal lovers…A recent Court of Appeal decision held that by-laws containing blanket bans on pets were harsh, unconscionable, or oppressive. The Strata Schemes Management Act 2015 (“Act”) is now being amended to include provisions that are less restrictive on owners in strata schemes.