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Cordato Partners | Australia | 13 Feb 2024

Once an option fee, always an option fee?

An option fee is paid for the grant of a real estate option. Normally, the option fee is credited towards the deposit under the Contract for Sale…
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Cordato Partners | Australia | 13 Nov 2023

Can a company director be ordered to pay for a property if they sign a personal guarantee in a Contract for Sale?

It is conveyancing practice that a company director signs a personal guarantee when they purchase a property in the company name. What is their…
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SKRINE | Malaysia | 3 Nov 2023

The implications of a deemed transfer clause on stamp duty payable on an asset purchase agreement for sale of goods

The Court of Appeal’s decision in Pemungut Duti Setem v Havi Logistics (M) Sdn Bhd (CA No. W1(A)-488-07/2022) concerned the stamp duty payable on an…
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Cordato Partners | Australia | 3 Oct 2023

Section 66G is the key to ending disputes between co-owners of real estate

Section 66G of the Conveyancing Act 1919 (NSW) was enacted to help resolve disputes between co-owners, one wanting to sell, the other wanting to keep…
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Holding Redlich | Australia | 19 Sep 2022

Mandatory eConveyancing in Queensland from February 2023

New South Wales, Victoria, South Australia and Western Australia have made eConveyancing mandatory for certain land title transactions, and now…
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Wolters Kluwer Asia-Pacific | Australia | 12 Sep 2022

Qld: mandatory e-conveyancing from February 2023

The Land Title Regulation 2022 requires the following instruments to be lodged or deposited electronically from 20 February 2023:…
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Wolters Kluwer Asia-Pacific | Australia, New Zealand | 31 Aug 2022

Australian & New Zealand Conveyancing Case Alert (No 3 of 2022)

The corporate purchaser of a block of home units has lost its claim for specific performance of the relevant contracts of sale. The purchaser failed…
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Wolters Kluwer Asia-Pacific | Australia | 29 Aug 2022

NSW — Conveyancing (Sale of Land) Regulation to commence on 1 September 2022

The new Conveyancing (Sale of Land) Regulation 2022 will commence on 1 September 2022. The Regulation replaces the existing Conveyancing (Sale…
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Cordato Partners | Australia | 6 Mar 2022

The Fraudulent Conveyances Act of 1571 is still voiding fraudulent property transfers 450 years later

In the 1500s, debtors in England would avoid paying their debts by transferring property to friends or family as a gift or for undervalue, move to a…
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Boodle Hatfield | United Kingdom | 8 Feb 2022

Common Conveyancing Complications (and how to solve them)

As most people who have sold or bought property will agree, conveyancing is a complex process, and there are a number of issues which could arise…
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