Publications

The New South Wales government has passed legislation to prescribe when strata schemes are able to restrict lots from being used for short-term rental accommodation.

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In a recent case one unlucky unit dweller has described the sound travelling from his upstairs neighbours as being subjected to a “booming sound”, “like a herd of elephants coming...

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Recent decisions of the Fair Work Commission provide an interesting insight into the approach adopted by the Commission when determining if termination from employment is lawful for making an offensive...

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It is not difficult to see the benefit of the independent contractor relationship for both businesses and contractors.  

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Rising property prices have led to many purchasers pooling resources with friends and relatives to buy real estate.

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Most property owners have encountered a neighbour with overgrown trees, shadowing their property or impairing their views.

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As lawyers we will often come across the following quandary – a client with a quality business delivering great products and services and working all hours to make it happen.

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Where residential building work has been completed and is found to be defective there is almost always a tension between the builder and the homeowner as to what should happen next.

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Exempt and complying development is defined in the State Environmental Planning Policy (Exempt and Complying Development Codes) 2008 (Codes SEPP).

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You can, but you need to be careful in how you go about it.

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