Last year, the Australian Taxation Office (ATO) introduced new requirements to assist with the collection of Foreign Resident’s tax liabilities. This latest change impacts all Sale Contracts where the purchase price is $750,000 or more, regardless of whether you are…

While the current Contract for sale of Land clearly sets out the rights of a Vendor when a Purchaser defaults (unable to settle), we now have a case which supports it {Kelly v Galafassi & Anor [2013] NSWSC680} This Article…

If you are thinking of selling your property and you have a Swimming Pool or a Swim Spa/Spa Pool you need to read this: Is your Swimming Pool or Swim Spa/Spa Pool registered on the Swimming Pool Register? For the…

Did you know … Title Insurance is something you should consider NOW as part of your purchase transaction … EVEN BEFORE EXCHANGING CONTRACTS? What is Title Insurance? Title insurance is an insurance policy which can cover you for costs arising…

Toni Colette sued over deficiency in resale price Did you know the standard Conveyancing Contract allows a Vendor client to sue a Purchaser following default of the Contract and recover any deficiency in the purchase price on resale? This will…