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GST & real property leases – implications of the MBI case
This case may have GST implications in relation to both tenanted residential premises and tenanted commercial premises.
Australia
24 Oct 2013
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Buyer and tenant beware - registration of leases in Western Australia
An unregistered lease of more than 5 years is 'destroyed' when a new owner becomes the registered proprietor of the land.
Australia
11 Jul 2013
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Real estate in the fashion industry - expanding to a global market - 10 key questions
The article discusses similar key questions about rents and retail shop lease agreements across a number of countries.
Australia
22 Jun 2013
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New ATO Interpretative Decision: GST & Prepaid Rent
The ATO has issued a new Interpretative Decision on "GST and the sale of commercial premises that are subject to a lease".
Australia
27 May 2013
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Significant changes for retail landlords and tenants in Western Australia
Retail landlords in WA will need to revise their template documentation and procedures to accommodate these changes.
Australia
12 Feb 2013
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GST consequences of the sale of Australian commercial property subject to a lease
The GST Determination discusses the GST consequences of the sale of a commercial property subject to a continuing lease.
Australia
14 Nov 2012
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Australia, A Land of Opportunity? Property confidence and investment
Within the Australian property industry, the two-speed economy is well and truly alive.
Australia
24 Mar 2012
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EDDIE MICHAEL AWAD & ANOR v TWIN CREEK PROPERTIES PTY LTD [2011] NSWSC 923
This case provides more guidance on how responsibility is apportioned between wrongdoers in a property transaction.
Australia
18 Mar 2012
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The impact of the PPSA on real estate transactions
Discusses the impact of the PPSA in taking over personal securities.
Australia
11 Jul 2011
10
When are leased premises ‘untenantable’?
Christchurch earthquakes and resulting insurance issues. Leases terminated damage.
New Zealand
14 Jun 2011
11
New developments in NSW retail leases law
As of January 2011, new requirements for landlord's disclosure have been introduced under the NSW legislation governing retail tenancies. Further changes to that legislation are proposed under the Retail Leases Amendment Bill 2011.
Australia
20 Feb 2011
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Superintendents Wearing Two Hats Risk Abuse Of Power
Despite the fact that it is now well entrenched in common law that a superintendent must act honestly, fairly and impartially in carrying out its duties, the role of the superintendent remains a complex one, and is often prone to conflict of interest. This is particularly the case when the superintendent is engaged by the principal in a quasi extension of the owner's team. The recent case of Kell & Rigby Holdings Pty Limited vs Lindsay Bennelong Developments Pty Ltd [2010] NSWSC 777 provides an
Australia
13 Sep 2010
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Does The Use Of A Dwelling House For Short Term Rental Accommodation Require A Development Approval?
In the recent Queensland Planning and Environment Court decision of Sunshine Coast Regional Council v EBIS Enterprises Pty Ltd [2009] QPEC 3591 the Court made enforcement orders sought by the Council in relation to the owner’s use of a large dwelling house for short term rental accommodation. The Court held that the use of the premises was properly classified as an ‘accommodation building’ rather than a ‘detached house’ and was therefore unlawful in the absence of an effective development approv
Australia
1 Aug 2010
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Does Private Wastewater Infrastructure Within a Roadway Trigger the Requirement to Obtain a State Resource Entitlement?
In the recent Queensland Planning and Environment Court decision of Canaipa Developments Pty Ltd v Redland City Council & Ors [2010] QP EC 034, the Court found that a failure to include evidence of a State resource entitlement for private wastewater infrastructure in a public roadway meant that a development application was not properly made.
Australia
3 Jun 2010
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Property Law Act 2007 - the effect of Sections 268-272 on landlord-tenant recovery
The Property Law Act 2007 (PLA) came into effect it seemed to be one of those rare pieces of legislation that made life simpler.
New Zealand
 
1 Mar 2010
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Leases And Proposed Energy Efficiency Reporting Requirements
A proposed scheme by the Federal Government places mandatory reporting obligations on landlords (and in some instances tenants) to disclose the energy efficiency of their commercial buildings.
Australia
5 Aug 2009
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How To Ensure Bank Guarantees For Leases Are Effective
Bank guarantees are one of the most common features in leases these days. Landlords are increasingly turning to bank guarantees as an effective security to ensure tenants comply with their obligations under the lease.
Australia
5 Aug 2009
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As A Landlord Of Retail Space – Are You Complying With The Act?
If you are a landlord of retail shop premises in Queensland (as defined in the Retail Shop Leases Act 1994 (the Act)), you may not be aware of the notification obligations that arise as your tenants approach the end of the terms of their leases, or more significantly, the potential consequences for failing to satisfy these obligations.
Australia
5 Aug 2009
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Damages For Building Contract Breaches
In Janet Campbell v C.J. Cordony & Sons Pty Limited [2009] NSWSC 63, the Supreme Court of New South Wales confirmed that the damages for breach of a building contract are the costs of bringing the defective work up to the contract standard
Australia
21 Jul 2009
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Negligence Update : The Architect , The Gym Owner And The Real Estate Agent
Recent cases examine an architect’s liability for a slip and fall on tiles at a shopping centre, what constitutes a ‘recreational activity’ under section 5M of the Civil Liability Act 2002 (NSW) and what is an agent’s duty when inspecting premises on a landlord’s behalf.
Australia
10 Jul 2009
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