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13Nov

The NSW Government makes peace with itself over the Koala SEPP

Breellen Warry, Partner; Peter Holt, Special Counsel and Georgia Appleby, Associate at Holding Redlich discuss the new State Environmental Planning Policy (Koala Habitat.. Read More →
13Nov

Investing in Australia? Major changes to FIRB

Natashia Ackroyd, Partner and Sam Marks, Graduate of Holding Redlich’s Property, Planning and Development Group, explore the major upcoming changes to FIRB that.. Read More →
12Nov

Vacant Land Deductions – A Change in Landscape Post 1 July 2019

Tracey Dunn, Associate Director – Tax Services at RSM Australia Pty Ltd, explores the changing landscape in vacant land deductions after 1 July.. Read More →
24Nov

Electric Scooter Laws: What You Should Know

Jimmy Singh, Principal at Criminal Defence Lawyers Australia, outlines the NSW legislation on electric scooters, with a comparison to legislation from other states... Read More →
20Nov

“But I’m Entitled…”: Equal Shared Parental Responsibility Equals Equal Time – Doesn’t It?

Kristen Mitchell-Scott, Solicitor at Mitchells Solicitors, discusses what expectations arise from having equal shared responsibility and ensuring that your clients are well aware.. Read More →
19Nov

Estate Planning – More than just a Will

Adeline Schiralli, Consulting Principal at Keypoint Law and Accredited Specialist in Wills & Estates, shares key tips to estate planning by looking at.. Read More →

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Property Law | Arbitration | Mediation | Caveats

  • Sydney Jacobs, Barrister, 13 Wentworth Chambers
  • Vikram Misra, Barrister, Clarence Chambers
  • Paul Sills, Barrister and Mediator
16Oct

Caveats Series Part 7: Consequences of lodging a caveat without reasonable cause – s 74P of the Real Property Act 1900 (NSW)

Vikram Misra, Barrister at Clarence Chambers continues his series into caveats as he examines the consequences of lodging a caveat without a reasonable.. Read More →
01Oct

Property Series Part 6: New Viruses in Old Vials: Relief Against Forfeiture in the Era of COVID-19

Barrister and mediator Sydney Jacobs continues his series by discussing the recent Sneakerboy Retail Pty Ltd trading Sneakerboy v Georges Properties Pty Ltd.. Read More →
04Sep

Caveats Series Part 6: Does the Right to the Proceeds of Sale of Real Property Create a Caveatable Interest?

Vikram Misra, Barrister at Clarence Chambers continues his series into caveats as he debates whether the right to the proceeds of sale of.. Read More →

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