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  • Common boundary

    Common boundary

    Zoran Gelic,

    Common boundary not agreed.

    If you wish to construct a ‘dividing fence’ on your property but you (the ‘owner’) and your neigbour (the ‘adjoining owner’) cannot agree on the position

  • Retail shop lease report

    Retail shop lease report

    Alice Skalski,

    Legal Advice Report

    Section 22D of the Retail Shop Leases Act 1994 (Qld) (the ‘Act‘) requires a ‘prospective lessee’ of a retail shop, or a ‘prospective assignee’ of a ‘retail shop lease’, to give to the lessor prior to entering into a retail shop lease

    Posted in Commerical Law
  • Choosing the right attorney

    Choosing the right attorney

    Zoran Gelic,

    Choosing an attorney

    An ‘attorney’ is a person who is authorised to make particular decisions and do particular other things for another person, known as the ‘principal’. Following the

    Posted in Wills & Estates
  • Body Corporate Disclosure

    Body Corporate Disclosure

    Alice Skalski,

    When you are purchasing a residential unit or apartment in a building complex (or more particularly, a lot in a community titles scheme), the Seller must provide a disclosure statement to

    Posted in Property Law
  • Retail Shop Leases Act (Qld)

    Retail Shop Leases Act (Qld)

    Alice Skalski,

    Relationship of the Act to retail shop leases

    The object of the Retail Shop Leases Act 1994 (Qld) (the ‘Act‘) is to promote efficiency and fairness for retail businesses in Queensland by imposing minimum standards for retail shop leases and providing a dispute resolution process

    Posted in Commerical Law
  • Insurance risk

    Insurance risk

    Alice Skalski,

    In Queensland, if you enter a standard contract of sale for the purchase of a house, a unit or vacant land (‘Contract of Sale’), which in respect of houses and land, the ‘REIQ

    Posted in Property Law