Property & Planning Law


Daniel Wignall published an article
over 7 years ago

Interim orders in the Commissioner’s Office – more than just urgent...

There are a number of disputes that can arise in the context of community living. In some instances, the nature and urgency of the circumstances are such that an interim order from the Commissioner’s Office is required.    The purpose of an interim order is to put an action on hold or to maintain...
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Terry Dehghani published an article
almost 8 years ago

Buying off-the-plan

Basically, purchasing off-the-plan means you are buying a property that has not yet been built. The development can take a few years from the signing of the contract, which usually provides an estimated completion date. I get plenty of first home owners utilising this method of purchasing their f...