Commercial Property & Leases

Unconscionable Conduct with Retail Leases in NSW

In these difficult times where unusual conditions have been created by restrictions imposed by the Government as a result of the Corona Virus crisis, anyone who is adversely affected by conduct by someone with whom they have a commercial or contractual relationship should consider whether the conduct by the other person amount to what is …

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Fencing Disputes “Good Fences Make Good Neighbours”

When buying a property, you often look to the location, views, amenity and the structure of the house.  What is often overlooked is the fence dividing the property with the neighbour. What is unknown is how your neighbour will react if there is a problem with the fence.  One of the more common problems people …

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PPSA 101 – Security Interests and the PPSA

What is a Security Interest? A security interest is an interest in personal property.  Personal property includes goods or collateral other than real estate such as inventory, plant, equipment, vehicles and can also include shares, accounts and intellectual property (such as copyright and trademarks). The Personal Property Securities Act 2009 (PPSA) provides the rules in …

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Do I Need A Commercial Or Retail Lease?

A Lease is a contractual agreement between a Landlord (also known as a Lessor) and a Tenant (also known as Lessee). This agreement governs the relationship between the Landlord and Tenant and in particular, sets out the rights and obligations of both parties with respect to a Tenant’s use of the premises. However, there are …

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Are you lending money to a family member to purchase a property?

It is common for family members to enter into a Deed of Loan when lending money to a party purchasing a property. One of our recommendations to coincide with a Deed of Loan is that it should be secured. We recommend you do this by lodging a caveat over the to protect the lenders interest. …

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