Tag Archive: property

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…

Purchasing off the plan – Vacant Land

  • May 29, 2017

Purchasing off the plan – Vacant Land (Updated December 2017) Practically every vacant housing block purchased these days is sourced from larger blocks of land bought and subdivided by Commercial Property Developers.  Whilst big profits can be made, the costs of the initial land acquisition, service roads, sewerage, power, phone and drainage are enormous.  As…

Selling a Property on Behalf of a Separating Couple

  • April 30, 2015

DIVORCE – FAMILY LAW 101 THINGS YOU SHOULD KNOW Every Real Estate Agent that has ever walked the earth will no doubt at one stage or another be approached by either an individual or a couple with a request to sell a property as a consequence of a break down in a marriage or a…

Caveat

  • July 10, 2014

When it comes to the buying or selling of a property, the word “Caveat” tends to strike fear into everyone involved. The word itself is derived from Latin roots and means simply “stop” but what are Caveats, how do they work and how can they be removed? Once lodged what is the effect of the…

Neighbourhood Disputes – Trees

  • January 31, 2014

It is said that a good fence makes for a good neighbour however, unfortunately, sometimes it is actually that fence or the trees along it which can send the relationship very sour. In 2011, Queensland introduced new laws to, better assist in heading off these types of disputes, below are some of the more frequently…

More or Less – Land Area Disputes

  • July 24, 2013

The giant multinational Subway Restaurant chain was caught short recently when Perth teenager Matt Corby posted a photo to the company’s Australia’s Facebook page featuring a “footlong” sandwich with proof that it only measured 11 inches! The posting went viral with hundreds of thousands of views world-wide and even the filing of class action law…

Information Evening for Property Investors

  • April 26, 2013

We are pleased to announce that Zande Law in conjunction with Raine and Horne Real Estate North Lakes, Commonwealth Bank of Australia and Team Accounting Solutions held a free information evening at The Fort Specialty Coffee which was advertised to our clients and also the local area.It was great working along side the local businesses…