The standard form contracts for residential property in Queensland (whether they be for property in a body corporate or a “stand alone” piece of land) contain a section calling for the insertion of details of tenancies affecting the property. For instance, they ask for the... Read More
There are a number of differences between conveyancing in relation to a stand-alone property, and conveyancing in relation to a property in a community title scheme (colloquially known as ‘a body corporate’). One of the things that stands out to people is that often areas of land... Read More
It happens frequently; the deposit due under the contract is either paid late or not paid at all. Buyers and Sellers both need to be aware of their rights in these circumstances.In terms of Queensland conveyancing, deposits are commonly due at any of the following... Read More
The Queensland Government's new Property Occupation Act 2014 (The Act) provides for a five (5) business days cooling off period for contracts for the sale of residential property (eg house and land), home units, town houses and vacant residential land, except for a... Read More
In Queensland, a standard conveyancing contract provides the buyer with a right to inspect the property prior to settlement. The legalities surrounding final inspections are actually a bit complex and it is impossible to provide clients with a straight answer, at least without knowing the... Read More
As conveyancing solicitors, we understand there are many matters to consider when buying or selling your home or investment property. One question we are continually asked by our clients is, who is responsible to insure the property? The simple answer to who is responsible to insure the... Read More