Leasing a commercial property is an exciting time to facilitate the growth and expansion of your business. Whether you’re a business owner looking to lease a space or a landlord considering renting out your property, you must clearly understand commercial leases to ensure compliance.
In this blog, we’ll delve into the intricacies of
What are your legal rights or options if there is an obstruction, caused by your neighbour’s tree or trees, to a view or sunlight that you previously enjoyed from or at your house?
In Australia, you do not have an automatic and general legal right to protect a view (whether visible from your
Leasing a commercial or retail property is a significant financial investment for any business owner. However, despite the best intentions and efforts of both landlords and tenants, lease disputes may arise. These disputes range from rent payment issues and property damage claims to lease violations and security deposit disputes.
This blog will explain
Running a business comes with multiple challenges, from maintaining budgets to recruiting the right staff. And unfortunately, commercial disputes are also an inevitable aspect of the business world.
Commercial disputes can arise for various reasons and have the potential to disrupt business operations, strain relationships and result in financial losses. That’s why taking
A retaining wall is a building structure erected to support an excavated or filled embankment. Under the Building Code of Australia, a retaining wall is classified as a ‘class 10b’ (non-habitable) building structure. This means that the construction of a retaining wall (save for limited circumstances) may need to comply with certain building and design
What are your legal rights or options if you wish to dispute the integrity of the tender process?
In Australia, it is not uncommon for Government departments or larger private organisations to procure goods and/or services utilising the tender process. This is because the tender process, when conducted properly, can produce the best