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The Conveyancing Process For Buyers

  • November 20, 2018

THE CONVEYANCING PROCESS FOR BUYERS Conveyancing (that is transferring) land in Queensland is a process that actually differs significantly from the practices conducted in other States of Australia, such as New South Wales and Victoria and dramatically from the process followed in other foreign countries like the United Kingdom. Under Queensland legislation, the professional service…

The Conveyancing Process For Sellers

  • November 20, 2018

THE CONVEYANCING PROCESS FOR SELLERS Conveyancing (that is transferring) land in Queensland is a process that actually differs significantly from the practices conducted in other States of Australia, such as New South Wales and Victoria and dramatically from the process followed in other foreign countries like the United Kingdom. Under Queensland legislation, the professional service…

Divorce – Property Division

  • October 17, 2018

IS IT NECESSARY TO DOCUMENT THE PROPERTY DIVISION DEAL? When a couple decides to separate, decisions of course must be made about the division or disposal of assets and liabilities. For some, the stakes and/or the emotions run so hot and high that nothing can be resolved without the assistance of Lawyers and Courts. For…

Body Corporates Behaving Badly

  • April 24, 2018

Body Corporates Behaving Badly To the general public, the term “Body Corporate” is recognised as a property ownership arrangement where individuals own one particular unit contained within a larger multi-unit complex.  For those actually involved in Body Corporates (BC’s), the term is often more aligned with a hellish twist of confusing rules and procedures which…

Does the Family Court believe in the Easter Bunny?

  • March 20, 2018

Does the Family Court believe in the Easter Bunny? For many Christians, Easter is considered the most important event in the church’s calendar. Around the same time, other religions of course also have important events as well. There is “Passover” for the Jews, “Holi” for Hindus, Buddha’s Birthday for Buddhists and Tomb-sweeping day for the…

Announcing Zande Law’s Charity For 2018 “The Common Good”

  • February 14, 2018

Zande Law’s Charity for 2018 Every year we at Zande Law seek out a charity worthy of support for the coming year. In past year the charities have included the Redcliffe Hospital Foundation, Young Care, an orphanage service in China and disaster relief for earth quake victims in Tibet. This year we are staying local…

A Better Way To Resolve Child Custody Battles On The Horizon?

  • January 16, 2018

A Better Way To Resolve Child Custody Battles On The Horizon? Although not well known, any member of the public has the right to go and observe any Court proceedings on any day. This right is based on the principle that justice must not only be done but “seen to be done”. In the Supreme…

Our Federal Politicians and the Dual Citizenship Debacle

  • December 13, 2017

Our Federal Politicians and the dual citizenship debacle Over the past months the dual citizenship issue has rattled Federal Parliament forcing the disqualification or resignation of four members from the House of Representatives (HOR), four Senators and raising the question above the heads of many more. Each of these vacancies must now be filled according…

USA Gun Control – Not that hard?

  • November 14, 2017

The latest mass shooting incident in the US has once again forced the topic of US gun control onto the headlines. What is well known is that the root of the problem lies with the American Constitution which famously contains the guaranteed right of all US citizens “to bear arms”.  A “Constitution” operates as a…

Same-Sex Marriage

  • October 12, 2017

5 Things To Think About with Same-Sex Marriage The Australia wide plebiscite vote on same-sex marriage is set to close on 27 October. None of us are obligated to vote and the government is free to ignore the result. Many however consider the issue to be very important and if that is you, here are…