Harsh, unconscionable, oppressive: Angus has the last bark on strata by-law

NSW Court of Appeal overturns blanket prohibition on keeping pets in strata buildings.

NSW Government sets residential developers in its sights

Get up to speed on the next instalment of NSW building reforms, set to commence on 1 September.    

Using an e-settlement subscriber for eConveyancing

The ins and outs of using an e-settlement subscriber to conduct your eConveyancing work.

2019 Edition of the Contract for the Sale and Purchase of Land

Important updates on off-the-plan reforms and the 2019 Contract for the Sale and Purchase of land.

It’s the final countdown: eConveyancing reaches final milestones

Are you ready for the next stage of the mandate to eConveyancing from 1 July 2019 ? RICHARD HARVEY and GABRIELLE LEA discuss next steps…

Lawyers face cyber risk as property settlements move online

Property lawyers are warning of a heightened threat of cyber fraud to law firms and clients as high-value property transactions are increasingly conducted online via…

Court warns against lodging e-caveats without reasonable cause

The recent decision of Guirgis v JEA Developments P/L warns against lodging e-caveats without reasonable cause. By BENJAMIN ADAMS and KYE TRAN-TSAI.

Family law: May 2019

Reporting and analysis of recent family law decisions. By ROBERT GLADE-WRIGHT.

Family law: April 2019

Reporting and analysis of recent family law decisions. By ROBERT GLADE-WRIGHT.

Family law: March 2019

Reporting and analysis of recent family law decisions. By ROBERT GLADE-WRIGHT.