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RBA Rate unchanged for Christmas

Uncategorized December 8, 2017

RBA Rate unchanged for Christmas

In the lead up to Christmas and the end of another year for 2017, the RBA Rate decision was released on 5th of December remaining unchanged for another month at 1.50%. This is a nice early Christmas present to everyone to everyone as the low rate continues to support the Australian economy. For over 12 […]

Limited Extension To First Homeowners Grant For New Homes

Property Law October 9, 2017

Limited Extension To First Homeowners Grant For New Homes

Hurry! The First Homeowners Grant has been extended, but only for a limited time! If you are looking at purchasing your first property, now is the time to act as the First Homeowners Grant has been extended to 31 December 2017. First home buyer’s approved for the Grant will receive $20,000.00 towards the purchase or […]

A Divorce Lawyer Has Responsibilities Beyond The Courtroom

Divorce Law September 20, 2017

A Divorce Lawyer Has Responsibilities Beyond The Courtroom

For some people who are about to embark on divorce proceedings, they may assume their lawyer is only crucial for court representation. In reality, the dissolution of marriage is a process that comprises numerous moving parts. Thus, your divorce lawyer will have additional responsibilities other than simply being your court representative.

Aylward Game Solicitors Launches Data Science-Powered Law Service for Family Law

Family Law September 14, 2017

Aylward Game Solicitors Launches Data Science-Powered Law Service for Family Law

Aylward Game, the Brisbane Law Firm that uses data science and artificial intelligence to help family law clients receive more efficient legal services, has launched a service that sets up meetings on behalf of family lawyers with the information identified as most pertinent to the case.

How To Negotiate a Fair Property Purchase Like An Experienced Property Lawyer

Property Law August 17, 2017

How To Negotiate a Fair Property Purchase Like An Experienced Property Lawyer

When the housing market is down and properties are plentiful, qualified buyers are clearly in the driver’s seat, but when things turn around, the balance of power shifts dramatically. If you are buying into a strong housing market, you will need to be a smart negotiator to do well, and that starts with shopping smart and determining a fair price for the property you want.

How to Defend a Civil Lawsuit Like an Experienced Business Lawyer

Business Law August 7, 2017

How to Defend a Civil Lawsuit Like an Experienced Business Lawyer

No matter what the situation, an ounce of lawsuit prevention is worth far more than a pound of cure. The best way for small business owners to deal with the threat of lawsuits is to tackle potential liability risks head-on. Experienced Business Lawyers are worth their weight in gold. There are some things small business […]

The Ugly Truth About Child Custody Dispute Resolution Finally Revealed

Family Law July 31, 2017

The Ugly Truth About Child Custody Dispute Resolution Finally Revealed

Child custody disputes fall under the Family Dispute Resolution umbrella (FDR) in Australian law. Family dispute resolution involves a host of services offered by legal entities and other organisations, which are designed towards helping separated couples resolve issues affecting them and their families. This section will uncover the truths behind the process of resolving child custody disputes.

The Four Stages of a Conveyancing Transaction – Buyers Part 4 Settlement/ Post Settlement

Conveyancing Property Law July 6, 2017

The Four Stages of a Conveyancing Transaction – Buyers Part 4 Settlement/ Post Settlement

Introduction There are essentially four stages that cover the breadth of the conveyancing process: Pre-Contractual; Conditional; Unconditional; and Settlement/Post Settlement . Each of these stages offers its own risks. Settlement/Post Settlement The importance of this stage, which covers the settlement process and the following period, is often overlooked and matters can “slip through the cracks” […]

The Four Stages of A Conveyancing Transaction – Buyers Part 3 Unconditional

Conveyancing Property Law July 4, 2017

The Four Stages of A Conveyancing Transaction – Buyers Part 3 Unconditional

The importance of this stage, which occurs after all contractual conditions have been met but prior to settlement, cannot be understated as there is now a binding unconditional contract in place and failure to settle as provided in the contract will expose you to liability.

The Four Stages of a Conveyancing Transaction – Buyers Part 2 Conditional

Conveyancing Property Law June 25, 2017

The Four Stages of a Conveyancing Transaction – Buyers Part 2 Conditional

As a matter of law, this is an example of a “condition precedent” as the condition must be met, unless its failure to be met is excused, before performance under a contract becomes due and before any contractual duty exists.

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