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A sporting chance - pitfalls for sports facilities
A sporting chance - pitfalls for sports facilities

 Dr Leonie Kelleher and Hubert Algie 03 Apr 2018

Property and planning law can strongly impact sporting activities. Sports groups may suddenly find themselves fighting to protect existing facilities or struggling to develop new ones...

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Notice of action
Notice of action

 Russell Cocks 03 Apr 2018

Perhaps the epitome of “unknown unknowns” is the Notice of Action...

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Neighbourhood Tree Disputes
Neighbourhood Tree Disputes

 Property and Environmental Law Section 08 Mar 2018

The Law Institute of Victoria (LIV) has made a submission to the Victorian Law Reform Commission (VLRC) regarding neighbourhood tree disputes...

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Non-compliant building products: Combustible cladding
Non-compliant building products: Combustible cladding

 Lachlan Ingram 02 Mar 2018

So I keep hearing about ACP, ACM, EPS and combustible cladding. Why is that? Aluminium Composite Panelling (ACP) has been described as the new asbestos...

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GST withholding for property transactions
GST withholding for property transactions

 David P Lloyd and Murray McCutcheon 01 Mar 2018

Lawyers engaged in the sale and purchase of land need to understand the GST withholding regime and the changes which are to be made to the standard contract of sale of real estate co-published by the LIV and the REIV to accommodate it...

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Forfeiture of deposit
Forfeiture of deposit

 Russell Cocks 01 Mar 2018

A vendor may forfeit a deposit if the contract is ended but there are some circumstances where relief against forfeiture may be granted...

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What's new and improved? Part 2
What's new and improved? Part 2

 Murray McCutcheon AM and David P Lloyd 01 Feb 2018

This is the second of a two-part feature explaining the September 2017 revision of the LIV/REIV contract of sale of land...

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Family Law judgments
Family Law judgments

 Robert Glade-Wright and Craig Nicol 01 Feb 2018

Financial agreements: In Thorne & Kennedy [2017] HCA 49 (8 November 2017) the High Court allowed with costs Ms Thorne’s appeal against a decision of the Full Court of the Family Court of Australia...

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What's new and improved?
What's new and improved?

 Murray McCutcheon and David P Lloyd 01 Dec 2017

The September 2017 revision of the LIV/REIV contract of sale of land is explained in this two-part feature...

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Power of attorney
Power of attorney

 Russell Cocks 01 Dec 2017

Property lawyers often come across a power of attorney in practice and understanding the obligations of an attorney is important...

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What you need to look for in complex family law property settlements
What you need to look for in complex family law property settlements

 Jane Bentley, Joanne Randello and James Pergl 08 Nov 2017

Acting for family law clients in complex property matters can sometimes be overwhelming. To help you navigate through these elements, here is our brief guide on what to look for when identifying and valuing the pool in complex property matters...

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Deposit release
Deposit release

 Russell Cocks 01 Nov 2017

There has only been one reported decision on deposit release (McEwan v Theologedis [2004] VSC 244) and that case did not consider the “condition enuring” argument. Aurumstone v Yarra Bank Developments [2017] VSC 503 has now considered that argument...

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Land Use Victoria - Customer Information Bulletin Issue 171 (October) Now Available
Land Use Victoria - Customer Information Bulletin Issue 171 (October) Now Available

 Property and Environmental Law Section 16 Oct 2017

Land Use Victoria's Customer Information Bulletin Issue 171 (October) is now available...

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Why the sale of Victoria’s Land Titles Registry will never be a good thing
Why the sale of Victoria’s Land Titles Registry will never be a good thing

 LIV president Belinda Wilson 30 Aug 2017

Last week, the LIV called for the state government to abandon its proposal to privatise the Victorian land registry (LTO)...

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New SmartForms Now Live
New SmartForms Now Live

 Property and Environmental Law Section 29 Aug 2017

The State Revenue Office (SRO) advises that a number of its paper-based forms have now been replaced with online SmartForms...

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