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 Law Institute Journal 01 Oct 2018

Benefits of e-conveyancing to the consumer: It is natural that any change will have its challenges, and the digitisation of property is a significant piece of industry transformation...

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Regulatory Impact Statement for Proposed Owners Corporations Regulations 2018
Regulatory Impact Statement for Proposed Owners Corporations Regulations 2018

 Property and Environmental Law Section 30 Aug 2018

The Law Institute of Victoria (LIV) has provided feedback to the Department of Justice and Regulation in relation to the Regulatory Impact Statement (RIS) for the proposed Owners Corporations Regulations 2018...

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Commercialisation of Victoria's Land Titles Registry and the Mandated Use of PEXA
Commercialisation of Victoria's Land Titles Registry and the Mandated Use of PEXA

 Property and Environmental Law Section 10 Aug 2018

The Law Institute of Victoria (LIV) is concerned by the most recent cyber security incident involving theft of money being paid as part of property transfers transacted using PEXA...

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Co-ownership disputes
Co-ownership disputes

 Philip Barton 01 Aug 2018

Cases since the 2005 reforms to the law of co-ownership have helped to clarify central concepts...

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Highway robbery? Adverse possession of roads
Highway robbery? Adverse possession of roads

 Robert Bradley 01 Aug 2018

While there has been some light shed on the law relating to public highways, it is still unclear when a road can be adversely possessed...

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No longer a victim
No longer a victim

 Norman Mermelstein 01 Aug 2018

When a tenant is liable for the landlord’s legal fees, the tenant often feels exposed to excessive and/ or unjust costs with little remedy. Relief is available...

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The sky is not only the limit, it’s the solution
The sky is not only the limit, it’s the solution

 Nafsika Palbas 01 Aug 2018

Air rights transactions are an emerging area of property law in Victoria, and overlap and interact with other well-established property law concepts commonly used by practitioners...

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Defects and demands
Defects and demands

 Harrison Wall 01 Aug 2018

A contractor seeking an injunction to restrain a principal from having recourse to security under a building contract has a difficult hurdle to overcome where the right to recourse is unconditional...

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PEXA hack boosts calls for delay
PEXA hack boosts calls for delay

 Karin Derkley 01 Aug 2018

Security breaches have compounded concerns about the mandatory electronic conveyancing system...

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LIV calls for PEXA rethink
LIV calls for PEXA rethink

 Belinda Wilson 01 Aug 2018

More security needs to be in place before the e-conveyancing system becomes mandatory...

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Sheriff held up
Sheriff held up

 Russell Cocks 01 Aug 2018

The sheriff for the state of Victoria performs an important function within the court system, providing an ultimate enforcement procedure for judgments obtained in the courts...

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GST withholding - New residential premises and potential residential land
GST withholding - New residential premises and potential residential land

 Derry Davine 25 Jul 2018

The Treasury Laws Amendment (2018 Measures No.1) Act 2018 has been passed by Federal Parliament and received Royal Assent on 29 March 2018...

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Be clear or face the music
Be clear or face the music

 Grant Lubofsky 02 Jul 2018

A recent Supreme Court decision highlights the need for careful and precise drafting of terms of settlement and clear communication between parties at mediation...

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Sunset conditions
Sunset conditions

 Russell Cocks 02 Jul 2018

Off-the-plan sales are a common feature of Victorian conveyancing. The fact the contract cannot be settled until the plan of subdivision is registered at Land Victoria means the settlement date is uncertain...

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GST withholding regime starts July 1
GST withholding regime starts July 1

 Karin Derkley 26 Jun 2018

From 1 July, the GST withholding regime begins where purchasers of new residential premises and potential residential land will have to pay the GST component of the purchase price directly to the Australian Tax Office (ATO)...

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