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Tag: Brisbane Property Law

Everything You Need To know About The Property Law Act

The right of property is of central importance for everyday life and the basis for being able to build up a fortune, for example, or to acquire the right to...

By Aylward Game Dec 22, 2020 Property Law

Australian Housing Market Could See a Historic Crash

In 2015 award-winning film The Big Short, Steve Carell and Christian Bale star in a tale about the greed and systemic risk surrounding the US subprime housing bubble and how...

By Aylward Game Nov 9, 2020 Articles

What is an Easement?

 The easements are rights attached to the land, to use other lands in a particular way, that’s somebody else’s land it does not involve. The taking of natural resources...

By Aylward Game Nov 22, 2017 Law In A Minute

How To Negotiate a Fair Property Purchase Like An Experienced Property Lawyer

When the housing market is down and properties are plentiful, qualified buyers are clearly in the driver's seat, but when things turn around, the balance of power shifts dramatically. If...

By Aylward Game Aug 17, 2017 Property Law

Thinking About Purchasing a Unit, Apartment or Townhouse in 2017? Think Twice Before You Act.

Are you thinking about purchasing a lot in a community titles scheme (that is, unit, apartment, or townhouse on a property that has a body corporate)? If you are, you...

By Aylward Game Dec 21, 2016 Business Law

What to Look For During Property Pre-Settlement (Final) Inspection

Under a standard REIQ Contract for the purchase of residential property Buyers are entitled to one pre-settlement inspection. Ideally as a Buyer you will want to arrange for the inspection...


Conveyancing – The Importance of Property Searches

When purchasing your property it is important that searches are carried out to check that the seller has met their disclosure obligations, that warranties in the contract are correct, and...

By Aylward Game Jan 14, 2014 Conveyancing