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Family Law judgments
Family Law judgments

  Robert Glade-Wright & Craig Nicol 01 Nov 2020

Husband fined $54,000 for buying $180,000 of cryptocurrency in breach of an injunction

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Property: Cladding solution limited
Property: Cladding solution limited

 Harriet Warlow-Shill 01 Nov 2020

The cost of rectifying combustible cladding will vastly exceed the $600 million Cladding Safety Victoria has to work with, meaning most owners corporations will be out of pocket.

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Property law: Concealment and sale of land
Property law: Concealment and sale of land

 Philip Barton 01 Oct 2020

Non-disclosure inducing a sale of land, not involving s32 statements, attracts civil litigation and the Sale of Land Act 1962 as amended in 2019 criminalises knowing concealment of material facts with the intention of inducing a sale.

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Family Law judgments
Family Law judgments

  Robert Glade-Wright & Craig Nicol 01 Oct 2020

Consent orders obtained based on false information for the purpose of defeating creditors, in most circumstances, justifies an order varying or setting aside the order under s79A of the Act.

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LPLC: Establishing identity
LPLC: Establishing identity

 Legal Practitioners’ Liability Committee 01 Oct 2020

A mortgagee is required to take reasonable steps to verify the identity of a mortgagor.

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Property: Regulations on pools to impact practitioners
Property: Regulations on pools to impact practitioners

 Anne Nielsen 01 Oct 2020

There are new requirements and issues to consider when acting for a vendor or purchaser of real estate that includes a swimming pool or spa.

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Property and Environmental Law Section - September Newsletter
Property and Environmental Law Section - September Newsletter

 Property and Environmental Law Section 23 Sep 2020

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

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Property: What landlords and tenants can expect
Property: What landlords and tenants can expect

 Paul Snow and Nicholas D'Arcy 01 Sep 2020

The Retail Leases Amendment Bill 2019 makes six main changes to the legal framework of retail leasing.

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Conference to explore year of change for property lawyers
Conference to explore year of change for property lawyers

 Karin Derkley 27 Aug 2020

Property Law Conference attendees will hear about how the upheavals of the past year could bring about a shift in how property law operates in the future...

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Property and Environmental Law Section - August Newsletter
Property and Environmental Law Section - August Newsletter

 Property and Environmental Law Section 06 Aug 2020

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

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Contracts: Resorting to restitution
Contracts: Resorting to restitution

  Ioana Sabau 01 Aug 2020

The High Court has clarified the interaction of contractual and restitutionary remedies in a recent decision.

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Family Law judgments
Family Law judgments

  Robert Glade-Wright & Craig Nicol 01 Aug 2020

Isolating particular contributions overlooked “myriad of contributions” by parties in long relationship 

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Property: The need to observe good faith
Property: The need to observe good faith

 Peter Lowenstern 01 Aug 2020

Don’t launch into an explanation about the legal concept – instead, tell your client what they need to do in COVID-19 residential tenancy negotiations. 

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Caveats: Lodging a caveat
Caveats: Lodging a caveat

 William Rimmer and Gianluca Rossi 01 Aug 2020

In Lanciana v Alderuccio [2020] VSCA 152 the Court of Appeal determined solicitors and agents for caveators are not liable for compensation.

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Family Law judgments
Family Law judgments

  Robert Glade-Wright & Craig Nicol 01 Jul 2020

Contravention – COVID-19 – reasonable excuse – variation of primary order

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