Two waterfront properties, a Mercedes and an easement for parkingElizabeth McDonald 27/03/2019
In this article, Elizabeth McDonald, Principal of our property & planning team, reviews a recent Supreme Court case where the Court was asked to determine whether an easement to park a vehicle on residential property was valid.
Are your PPSR registrations about to expire?Richard Suters 26/02/2019
Are you aware of when your PPSR registrations expire? If not, you could be at risk of losing the protection offered by your registered security interest, potentially leaving you with limited recourse against your debtors.
How well do you know your supply chain?Richard Suters 26/02/2019
Both Federal and State laws will soon require certain large organisations to provide annual reports on the risks of modern slavery occurring within their supply chains. If your organisation is subject to these laws, you should be aware of your obligations, with the first reporting period to commence this year.
Australian Paralympian Katie Kelly prepares for Tokyo 2020Richard Suters 31/01/2019
Please support Australian Paralympian, Katie Kelly, in her journey to the 2020 Paralympics: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=u2vZnZDNFxY&t=4s
Supreme Court grants developer easement for support under neighbouring landElizabeth McDonald 23/01/2019
In this article, Elizabeth McDonald, Principal of our property and planning team, considers a recent case involving the grant of an easement by the Supreme Court.
Elizabeth McDonald's recent interview with the Newcastle Herald03/12/2018
Elizabeth McDonald, Principal of the Property team, recently discussed the firm’s summer clerkship program with the Newcastle Herald.
Using section 88K easement rights to secure access for your property developmentElizabeth McDonald 30/08/2018
In this article, Elizabeth McDonald, Principal of our property and planning team, explains how a property owner can use section 88K of the Conveyancing Act 1919 (NSW) to secure an interest in a neighbouring property to assist with a development project.
Preliminary Agreements – are you bound?Andrew Windybank 31/07/2018
In this article, Andrew Windybank, Principal of our corporate and commercial law group, considers how recent cases have dealt with issues relating to intention of the parties when entering into preliminary agreements.