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LIV Contract of sale: Moving to transaction-based use
LIV Contract of sale: Moving to transaction-based use

 Mark Kurtze 01 Oct 2019

The LIV/REIV Contract of Sale of Land has been redesigned for full online delivery...
 

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LIV Contract of sale updated
LIV Contract of sale updated

 David P Lloyd, Murray McCutcheon AM and Robert Bradley 01 Oct 2019

The 2019 edition of the LIV/REIV Contract of sale of land varies in many important respects from the Contract of Sale of Real Estate previously in use...

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Property: Retail lease outgoings
Property: Retail lease outgoings

 Russell Cocks 01 Oct 2019

The September LIJ column relating to retrospective rent review considered the case of Phillips v Abel [2019] VCAT 1031. The case is of sufficient importance to bear closer examination...

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GST at settlement - update to forms
GST at settlement - update to forms

 Property and Environmental Law Section 17 Sep 2019

The ATO has updated its GST at settlement forms...

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Submission on swimming pool and spa safety standards
Submission on swimming pool and spa safety standards

 Property and Environmental Law Section 17 Sep 2019

The LIV has prepared a submission on the proposed Building Amendment (Swimming Pool and Spa) Regulations 2019...

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New VCGLR gaming machine application forms
New VCGLR gaming machine application forms

 Property and Environmental Law Section 11 Sep 2019

The Victorian Commission for Gambling and Liquor Regulation (VCGLR) has released new gaming machine application forms...

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Retail tenancy legislation: Have retail leases reached their use-by date?
Retail tenancy legislation: Have retail leases reached their use-by date?

 Norman Mermelstein 01 Sep 2019

Never in the history of retail tenancy legislation in Victoria has there been so much confusion over what constitutes a retail lease. There is a radical solution to resolve this uncertainty...

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Property: Retrospective rent review
Property: Retrospective rent review

 Russell Cocks 01 Sep 2019

Leases generally specify a method of rent review, often on an annual basis. How time sensitive are such reviews?...

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Property and Environmental Law Section Newsletter
Property and Environmental Law Section Newsletter

 Property and Environmental Law Section 31 Aug 2019

The August edition of the Property and Environmental Law Section Newsletter is now available...

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Young property lawyer of the year benefited from in-house experience
Young property lawyer of the year benefited from in-house experience

 Karin Derkley 28 Aug 2019

This year's Young Property Lawyer of the Year Allens managing associate Tim Chislett, said he relishes working for clients who are “literally changing the face of our cities every day”...

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New contract of sale launched at Property Law Conference
New contract of sale launched at Property Law Conference

 Karin Derkley 27 Aug 2019

The new LIV REIV Contract of Sale of Land was launched at the Property Law Conference last week, continuing the long tradition of the LIV's contract as the "pre-eminent contract for sale of land in the state – and the most widely used"...
 

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PEXA Update
PEXA Update

 Property and Environmental Law Committee 20 Aug 2019

LIV members are advised that PEXA has recently implemented a number of initiatives to address unsupported software and the appropriate use of the PEXA Source Account.

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Adverse possession: Get off my land
Adverse possession: Get off my land

 Phillip Leaman 01 Aug 2019

The case of Laming v Jennings is now the leading authority on how to successfully defend a claim for adverse possession. The case also puts into question the extent that easements by lost modern grant can exist in a Torrens system...

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Supreme Court judgments
Supreme Court judgments

 Professor Greg Reinhardt AM 01 Aug 2019

Toma v Olcorn [2019] VSCA 116 (unreported, 29 May 2019, No S APCI 2018 0090, Whelan and McLeish JJA...

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Property: Nominating a substitute purchaser
Property: Nominating a substitute purchaser

 Russell Cocks 01 Aug 2019

It is common for a named purchaser under a contract of sale of land to nominate an additional or substitute purchaser. What if disputes arise between the parties to the nomination?... 

 

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