A “work licence” is a restricted licence which the Court may order upon an application to the Court by a person charged with a drink driving offence, in certain circumstances.
The application to the Court and the Order must be made before the pers Read More
The importance of the wording of your Will when appointing an Executor: how your Executor’s Enduring Power of Attorney can have an impact on your Will.
Word your Will so that only a person chosen by you distributes your Estate
It is important when you a Read More
What is Lenders Mortgage Insurance?
Lenders Mortgage Insurance (LMI) is a mortgage policy that will protect the lender in the event that the borrower defaults on their home loan.
If a borrower defaults on their home loan, and the property is repossessed by the Read More
A national electronic conveyancing system (Property Exchange Australia "PEXA") has been rolled out throughout Australia to streamline the settlement process and to provide buyers and sellers with the same technological advances available to them through t Read More
Early possession is where a buyer requests that they be allowed access to the property they are purchasing before settlement has been completed.
A buyer will typically seek early possession where they require sufficient time to move their possessions, or Read More
A standard residential Contract of Sale is subject to a five (5) business days cooling-off period. In effect, this means that the buyer may terminate the Contract for any reason whatsoever during the five (5) business days from the time the buyer or thei Read More
Considering Buying or Selling a Property soon?
Which items will stay and which will go?
It is important to clarify what items are being included in the sale of a property. The Contract of Sale will normally specify what moveable items (chattels) will remain wi Read More
When a person is considering estate planning there are key documents that you should have drafted. A Will is a legal document which outlines how your assets will be distributed after your death. A power of attorney is a legal document which protects you in lif Read More
What is a Will?
A Will is a legal document that outlines how your assets will be distributed after your death. Your Will appoints executors and beneficiaries. Your executor will be responsible for administering your estate and ensuring your wishes are upheld.