• Notice of Intention to Defend

    Notice of Intention to Defend

    Zoran Gelic,
    What is a Court “notice of intention to defend”? If you are served with a Court claim and statement of claim, then you, the “defendant”, are only allowed to take a step in the Court proceeding (i.e. formally defend yourself) if you have first filed a Court document known as a “notice of intention to […]
  • Subject to Finance Approval

    Subject to Finance Approval

    Alice Skalski,
    If you are looking to buy a house, a unit or vacant land in Queensland, it is not uncommon to require finance from a bank to fund the purchase. Provided the Seller agrees to enter
    Posted in Property Law
  • Commercial and retail leases

    Commercial and retail leases

    Zoran Gelic,
    Commercial Leases A commercial lease is a legally binding agreement pursuant to which the landlord agrees to grant the tenant a right of possession of a commercial premises for a period of time on terms and conditions agreed by both parties. Typically, a commercial lease will be in writing and contain an extensive set of […]
    Posted in Commerical Law
  • Residential Contract of Sale

    Residential Contract of Sale

    Alice Skalski,
    The most common method of purchasing a house, an apartment or vacant land in Queensland is by private treaty with the Seller. Unlike a sale by auction (where the contract of
    Posted in Property Law