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Developers and Owners Corporations: When can you break the rules?

Australia - July 15 2019 The Victorian Civil and Administrative Tribunal affirms the decision in Balcombe. An Owners Corporation's rule-making powers are very narrow and the...

Eleanor Athanasiou.

Warm winter comfort for landlords

Australia - June 18 2019 The Victorian Civil Administrative Tribunal‘s (Tribunal) decision in S 3 Sth Melb Pty Ltd v Red Pepper Property Group Pty 2019 VCAT 1684 has been...

Eleanor Athanasiou.

Three strikes and you're out! Implications of the new short-stay accommodation provisions

Australia - April 11 2019 The Owners Corporations Amendment (Short-stay Accommodation) Act 2018 (Vic) (Act) came into effect on 1 February 2019. The Act provides owners...

Eleanor Athanasiou.

Has your land tax skyrocketed? How to object to your land tax assessment

Australia - March 29 2019 Land tax is a state-based tax levied on the land value component of each property you own. This value is traditionally based on the site value...

Eleanor Athanasiou.

Bill kills sunset clauses

Australia - August 31 2018 If the Victorian government’s Sale of Land Amendment Bill 2018 (Bill) is passed, property developers will have to obtain the purchaser’s consent to...

Wai-Hwoon Low, Kathryn Elleman, Morgan Scholz.