When will a hand-written licence to occupy premises in a contract of sale of real estate be enforceable?

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1.     In CAG Company P/L v Cheruku and anor [2020] VCC 13, the County Court (Marks J) considered the interpretation of a handwritten clause in a contract of sale of real estate allowing the purchaser to take possession of the property being sold 5 and 1/2 months before settlement.

 

2.     The plaintiff agreed to

The effect of COVID-19 on residential tenancies

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On Friday, 17 April 2020 I presented an online seminar to Leo Cussen Centre for Law about the impact of COVID-19 on residential tenancies to approximately 60 online attendees.

The talk looked at some of the relevant measures that are being implemented in so far as they relate to residential tenancies in

Property Law – Dealing with COVID-19 Impact on Residential Leases

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This Friday from 1pm to 2pm, I will be presenting a Live Stream seminar for the Leo Cussen Institute about “Dealing with COVID-19 Impact on Residential Leases”. 

This one hour CPD seminar is designed to help you identify and guide you through the essential issues to focus on and how to manage

When will the Victorian Residential Tenancies Amendment Act 2018 commence?

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Further to my post about  the proposed reforms to Victorian Residential Tenancies legislation (see: https://melbournepropertylaw.blogspot.com/2018/02/what-residential-tenancy-reforms-are.html), the Victorian State Government has now passed the Residential Tenancies Amendment Act 2018. 

The reforms number more than 130 allegedly providing increased protections for renters, while ensuring rental housing providers can still effectively manage their properties.

As a result,