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Title Insurance Holds The Key For Homeowners And Buyers - Article By Giancarlo Romano

Published: 22.06.2017 If you’re a current homeowner, selling a property or developing land, there is a raft of risk that could affect your legal use and potentially cause you financial loss. Some of these issues can be pre-existing for homebuyers, and only arise after you commence renovating your…

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'Better Apartment Design Guidelines' The Importance Of Dates - Article By Edward Mahony

Published: 06.06.2017 One of the recent amendments to the Victorian planning provisions has been the introduction of Amendment VC136 on 13 April 2017 known as the ‘Better Apartment Design Guidelines.’ The amendment introduced apartment design requirements in the Victorian Planning Provisions under…

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Development Requires Experience And Passion

Published: 05.06.2017 Very few people would disagree that there is a housing supply crisis in Australia, yet property developers can face myriad obstacles to providing the stock. The community cost of providing the infrastructure required for an ever-sprawling metropolitan area is huge, so much of the…

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Recent VCAT Decision On The Transitional Provisions In The Reformed Residential Zones - Article By Tania Cincotta

Published: 23.05.2017 The industry has been grappling with the various changes that have been made to the Planning Schemes of late. What has become apparent is that the transitional provisions introduced by Amendment VC110 on 27 March 2017 in relation to the reforms to the residential zones and more…

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Avoid A Dispute By Doing A Little Digging - Article By Andrew Kaspen

Published: 16.05.2017 Anyone who has purchased a property will have learnt that the old English doctrine of caveat emptor still applies. While consumer laws across the country protect buyers from defective products in most instances, the onus is on the purchaser to be satisfied with a property before…

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