4 things to know about property development option agreements

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Property development options are an increasingly popular way to buy real estate in Australia. That’s because they can help you get your foot in the door of a great development opportunity when you might not necessarily have all the funds in place.

But what exactly are property development options? And

How has the pandemic changed your daily operations? ​ ​With significant changes in law, legislation and circumstances su…

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How has the pandemic changed your daily operations? ​ ​With significant changes in law, legislation and circumstances surrounding your business and personal life, Sutton Laurence KIng Lawyers are here to help you stay ahead of the curve. ​ ​If your operations have changed and you are unsure how to proceed

​Located in Melbourne’s CBD, our boutique law firm brings together a team of lawyers with experience at leading Australi…

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​Located in Melbourne’s CBD, our boutique law firm brings together a team of lawyers with experience at leading Australian law firms. ​ ​The team are pioneers at assessing a variety of dissimilar situations that appertain to your business or personal lifestyle – ensuring a comprehensible and equitable outcome.

NT police officer to stand trial for shooting death. And the COVID legal responses helping businesses from going under

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An Alice Springs local court judge has ruled that Constable Zachary Rolfe will face a murder trial for the death of 19 year old Yuendumu man, Kumanjayi Walker. In a separate development, a NSW coroner referred a death involving corrective services officers to prosecutors. And with restrictions easing and some

The New Spring Offensive

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At the time of writing of this article we are approximately 6 hours away from Victoria easing it’s restrictions due to COVID-19. I thought, now was a good a time as any to take stock and peer into the future. Hopefully, the misery of a third wave is avoided and

Landmark Victorian report on image based sexual abuse

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The Victorian Sentencing Advisory Council has released an in-depth study into how non-consensual recording or distribution of sexual images or videos offences are handled by Victorian courts. It’s the first report of its kind in Australia. What’s surprising is the connection between prosecutions and domestic violence.

Update – Upcoming Changes to the Retail Leases Act 2003 (Vic)

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The Retail Leases Amendment Act 2020 (‘Amendment Act’) made a number of changes to the rights and obligations of both landlords and tenants under the Retail Leases Act 2003 (‘Act’).

Landlords and tenants should be aware of the following changes, which came into effect on 1 October 2020, unless otherwise

Legal Side of Buying

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You have decided like the majority of Australians that it is time buy your own home. But what do you do next, where do you start, who should you speak to.

Purchasing a house is the single largest investment that most people will ever make. As such and before you

Sales Contract Holds Key

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Anyone buying or selling property is required to enter into a Contract of Sale.

The Contract of Sale in the context of a property transaction is the single most important document. It sets at the rights of the parties and provides the parameters or a map as to how the

Agent Licensed to Sell

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In any property transaction, such as the purchase and sale of property, the real estate agent plays a prominent and central role. They represent the seller and are responsible for the facilitation of the sale process.

As such a fiduciary relationship exists between the real estate agent and seller. This

Sometimes things aren’t black and white. Sometimes the certain can rapidly become uncertain. ​ ​With an ever changing f…

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Sometimes things aren’t black and white. Sometimes the certain can rapidly become uncertain. ​ ​With an ever changing future, Sutton Laurence King Lawyers are always ahead of the pack – ensuring your legal matters are met with clarity, intelligence and attention to detail. ​ ​Contact us today to see how

Our team provide assistance with all aspects of your property development transactions including property acquisition, d…

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Our team provide assistance with all aspects of your property development transactions including property acquisition, development, construction, sales and leasing. ​ We offer legal services for residential, commercial and industrial property matters including Conveyancing, Development, Planning, Leasing, Construction and Environmental.  Get in touch today: https://slklawyers.com.au/our-services/property-development/

Every business in Australia has been affected by COVID-19. You know this, and we know this. ​ Our highly experienced te…

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Every business in Australia has been affected by COVID-19. You know this, and we know this. ​ Our highly experienced team works closely with liquidators and businesses to ascertain the best solutions to insolvency concerns. With a heightened understanding of asset protection strategies, pre-insolvency advice and insolvency protection, Sutton Laurence King

Elder abuse and COVID-19

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There have been over 660 COVID-19 deaths in residential aged-care facilities. The Royal Commission into Aged Care special report on COVID 19 has made a number of recommendations aimed at improving the safety and quality of life of residents. The pandemic has also increased the vulnerabilities of elderly where-ever they

Property conveyancing is an important part of the home buying or selling process, as it’s the legal process of transferr…

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Property conveyancing is an important part of the home buying or selling process, as it’s the legal process of transferring ownership of a property from one person to another. ​ ​Due to what’s involved, the conveyancing process must be managed by a qualified conveyancing professional. ​ ​Here at Sutton Laurence

Can a gift of land during the donor’s lifetime defeat a claim against his or her estate after death? – follow up

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Further to my post of 22 September 2020 (see: https://melbournepropertylaw.blogspot.com/2016/01/can-gift-of-land-during-donors-lifetime.html), Teri Konstantinou has written an article about a recent NSW Court of Appeal decision (Mentink v Olsen – [2020] NSWCA 182) in which the trial judge set aside a gift by a dying mother to her daughter. See https://www.linkedin.com/pulse/mentink-v-olsen-2020-nswca-182-elefteria-teri-konstantinou/?trackingId=ZhuaYDE6QPOJRPO5pBsdNw%3D%3D

The background was that the

VALE Justice Ruth Bader Ginsberg. High Court of Australia rules that an off-duty soldier can face trial in military court

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Justice Ruth Bader Ginsberg’s death has ignited raw and intense political wrangling over how to fill her seat on the US Supreme Court. We reflect on her legacy and the political manoeuvering. And, in a case involving a soldier known only as Private R, the High Court of Australia has

The world can often sprawl outside your vision. With legal obstacles in life sometimes seeming insurmountable, our assis…

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The world can often sprawl outside your vision. With legal obstacles in life sometimes seeming insurmountable, our assistance can help you find the sky beyond the clouds. ​ ​Here at Sutton Laurence King Lawyers, we assist you through every step of your legal quandary with clear communication and understandable legal

Bill to ban mobile phones in immigration detention. And Supreme Court win for remote NT residents over poor housing

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The House of Representatives recently passed a bill which will strip mobile phones from people in immigration detention. Will the bill pass the Senate? What does this mean for asylum seekers?     And residents of the remote Northern Territory community of Santa Teresa have just won a big legal victory

With the financial hardship derived from the COVID-19 global pandemic placed upon everyone, small and large businesses a…

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With the financial hardship derived from the COVID-19 global pandemic placed upon everyone, small and large businesses are feeling signifiant economic pressure. Pioneers at ensuring fair and equitable outcomes, Sutton Laurence King Lawyers will provide appropriate professional advise to support and guide you through these difficult times. Contact our team