Property and Conveyancing Blog

Why your bank is making you see a lawyer!

By Mitch Evelyn The banks are under increasing scrutiny and stringent regulations these days to ensure that they practice responsible ...
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Trusts and Increased Taxes in NSW

by Rod Anthes "You might be Australian but is your Trust a deemed foreign person?" - If it is you ...
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How much do Retirement Villages really cost?

By Mitchell Evelyn Retirement Villages have recently received a lot of recent negative media attention following a recent joint investigation ...
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Development Management Agreements: a win-win for everybody

By Jacob Powell Do you currently have a substantial portion of your family’s wealth tied up in real property assets ...
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Selling a House in NSW

Contract Preparation When you instruct us to act for you on the sale of your property, we will open a ...
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Wind Turbines near Bungendore NSW

Wind Turbines – Legal Advice for Landowners

Wind farms have the ability to produce clean energy, generate jobs and income and have minimal environmental impacts when appropriately ...
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Preparing your Business for Sale

Two areas where a commercial lawyer can help you in preparing your business for sale: Pre-marketing preparation, and The sale ...
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Restrictive Covenants

Many purchasers find when they purchase land or an existing home that their solicitor emphasises the “Restrictions on Use” or ...
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Trusts

Trusts constitute a flexible instrument in securing efficient distributions of income between beneficiaries and a discretionary trust may result in ...
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Buyer Beware at Auction

The New South Wales Supreme Court has confirmed that sellers are well protected when they decide to put their property ...
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Selling a Unit in the ACT

If you choose elringtons as your conveyancing lawyers for the sale of your apartment/townhouse in Canberra, we will safely guide ...
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Purchasing a House in NSW

If you choose elringtons as your conveyancing lawyers for the purchase of your house in NSW, we will safely guide ...
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Buying Off the Plan

By Peter Murphy Buying a property that is yet to be built or completed is often called an “off the ...
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Easements for Dummies

An easement put simply, is a proprietary interest in somebody else’s land.  The most common forms of easements are rights ...
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Purchasing a House in the ACT

If you choose elringtons as your conveyancing lawyers for the purchase of your house in Canberra, we will safely guide ...
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Purchasing a Unit /Apartment in the ACT

If you choose elringtons as your conveyancing lawyers for the purchase of your apartment/townhouse in Canberra, we will safely guide ...
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Selling a House in the ACT

The legal formalities of selling a house in Canberra involve some strict protocols.  This article is a general guide for ...
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Commercial leases and outgoings

In a commercial or retail lease, what does the landlord pay for and what does the tenant pay for with ...
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Business and Property Law

Elringtons provide a range of services to business and property owners in Canberra and Queanbeyan, and have built a reputation ...
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Service Trusts – Handle With Care

Many professionals operate a service entity as part of their business structure. This is a sensible approach as these service ...
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Property Law – Asset Protection

Most family businesses are operated within complex structures such as family trusts or companies and often a combination of these ...
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Are Family Trusts Still Viable Asset Protection Vehicles?

You may need to reconsider aspects of the appointment of trustees in the use of family trusts as an asset ...
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