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Posted By Despina Priala
1st June 2020
Duration : 1 Minute Read
Views : 32
Registration of Plans during COVID-19

Electronic Approvals for Survey Plans - Fantastic news!

This is just another example of a further change to traditional processes in the current climate. This will expedite the approvals and registration process for developments. As of tomorrow 27 April 2020, the Titles Registry in Qld will kickstart a new process that will facilitate ...

Posted By Despina Priala
1st June 2020
Duration : 1 Minute Read
Views : 23
Registration of Plans during COVID-19

Registration of Plans during COVID-19

As many of you may know, the Qld Land Titles Registry is no longer accepting over the counter lodgements of plans, and developers and their lawyers are required to lodge by post. What does this mean for expected time frames? To give you an idea, we recently sent plans to DNR ...

Posted By Despina Priala
1st June 2020
Duration : 1 Minute Read
Views : 23

New Property Laws in Queensland

This article explores the changes to property and contract law introduced in Queensland by the Property Occupations Act 2014. What it means for you Queensland’s new real estate law came into effect on 1 December 2014, and with it some significant changes. Despina Priala ...

Posted By Despina Priala
1st February 2015
Duration : 3 Minute Read
Views : 1557

The Property Occupations Bill was recently passed by Parliament

Changes in Queensland Property Law The Property Occupations Bill was recently passed by Parliament. The Bill will have dramatic changes to property law in Qld. The Bill replaces the Property Agents and Motor Dealers Act 2000 (Qld) (“PAMDA”) and is designed to introduce ...

Posted By Despina Priala
14th March 2014
Duration : 5 Minute Read
Views : 1453

The End to the Stamp Duty Concession

Since August 1, despite Queensland Treasurer Andrew Fraser labelling stamp duty as ‘an inefficient relic that should be scrapped’, the Queensland Government removed its stamp duty concession for everyone other than investors (who were never eligible for the concession) ...

Posted By Despina Priala
1st October 2011
Duration : 1 Minute Read
Views : 1142

Stamp duty and the Building Boost Grant

With its latest stamp duty changes, has the Queensland government given with one hand and taken away with the other? Question: I’m looking at purchasing an off-the-plan investment property in Townsville, and have heard that there’s a new incentive for buying a ...

Posted By Despina Priala
15th August 2011
Duration : 3 Minute Read
Views : 1152

Queensland stamp duty changes favour investors

Changes to Queensland's stamp duty regime will favour investors over homebuyers, especially when buying new properties. The controversial changes to Queensland's stamp duty regime from 1 August, along with the introduction of the Building Boost Grant, will favour investors over ...

Posted By Despina Priala
29th June 2011
Duration : 2 Minute Read
Views : 1150

Child Care : A Legal Services Guide

Child Care | A Legal Services Guide Whether you are a small child care operator or a large corporation, buying a child care centre requires the right legal expertise. In today's market there are unique opportunities for those who may be interested in increasing their current ...

Posted By Despina Priala
1st January 2010
Duration : 1 Minute Read
Views : 1081
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