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Property Law: Material changes to material facts
Property Law: Material changes to material facts

 Jack Kelly 01 Oct 2021

Recent Consumer Affairs Victoria guidelines, sitting alongside amendments made to the Sale of Land Act, have combined to open up new avenues for rescission by purchasers under contracts of sale of land in Victoria and alter vendor disclosure obligations. 

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Family Law judgments
Family Law judgments

 Craig Nicol & Keleigh Robinson 01 Oct 2021

Mutual assumptions and consensual agreements may inform whether it is just and equitable to make a property order...

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Property: Restrictive covenants: identifying who benefits
Property: Restrictive covenants: identifying who benefits

 Lyndal Turner Guy 01 Oct 2021

The recent case of Re Ferraro concerned the enforceability of covenants that were dated 1907 and 1911.

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Digital property settlements accelerated by pandemic
Digital property settlements accelerated by pandemic

 Karin Derkley 15 Sep 2021

COVID-19 was the instigator of a mindset shift in which property lawyers had to embrace digital solutions for property settlements, the PropTech & LegalTech Innovation session at the LIV Property Law Conference heard last week...

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LIV comments on proposed reform to the decision-making framework for property division in family law matters
LIV comments on proposed reform to the decision-making framework for property division in family law matters

 LIV Family Law Section 14 Sep 2021

The LIV recently provided feedback to the Attorney General Department's Consultation on a new decision making framework for property matters in family law.

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Family Law judgments
Family Law judgments

 Craig Nicol & Keleigh Robinson 01 Sep 2021

Equal assessment of contributions failed to give recognition to husband’s inheritance which made up 30 per cent of the pool...

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Property: Power to sell
Property: Power to sell

 Tony Greenaway 01 Sep 2021

A recent decision highlights a mortgagee’s duty of good faith in the midst of a pandemic.

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Property law: Protecting the vulnerable
Property law: Protecting the vulnerable

 Gerard Brody 01 Aug 2021

While access to mainstream housing finance has grown substantially over the past 40 years, it has not stopped the emergence of higher-risk property transactions targeted at hopeful purchasers experiencing vulnerability and disadvantage. 

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Family Law judgments
Family Law judgments

 Craig Nicol & Keleigh Robinson 01 Aug 2021

“Gross and deplorable” seven year delay in handing down judgment “contributed to the making of substantial errors”.

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Property: Contaminated land update
Property: Contaminated land update

 Gabrielle Guthrie 01 Aug 2021

Property professionals, as well as corporate and construction lawyers should familiarise themselves with changes to the contamination management and liability regime.

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Family Law judgments
Family Law judgments

 Craig Nicol & Keleigh Robinson 01 Jul 2021

Systematic and continuing breaches of property orders warranted imprisonment for three years and 10 months.

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Property: Combustible cladding update
Property: Combustible cladding update

 Megan Thorburn 01 Jul 2021

The Lacrosse appeal decision is now the leading authority on what constitutes an apportionable claim in Victoria.

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Family Law judgments
Family Law judgments

 Craig Nicol & Keleigh Robinson 01 Jun 2021

Mother’s “fixed” but unfounded allegations of sexual abuse by father were damaging to the children.

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Property: Risks flagged over camping on Crown land
Property: Risks flagged over camping on Crown land

 Paul Snow 01 Jun 2021

Farmers and environmental groups fear proposed regulations to open licensed water frontages to campers.

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Family Law judgments
Family Law judgments

 Craig Nicol & Keleigh Robinson 01 May 2021

That the wife was advised against signing the BFA, but did so anyway, may be an “indicium of undue influence” as held in Thorne v Kennedy [2021] FamCAFC 9

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