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Off the Plan Property Disputes

An ‘off-the-plan’ property involves the purchase of a property that is planned to be built, but not yet built.  Disputes commonly arise in ...more

Covenants and Easements

This article examines covenants and easements, including definitions, how and why covenants and easements are created and how they can be removed. ...more

Put and Call Options

Put and call options are agreements that allow people to purchase or sell property at some point in the future.  A property lawyer can assist you in ...more

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Transfer of property ownership between related parties

This article discusses the transfer of property in certain circumstances, including between related parties and as part of a deceased estate. If you ...more

Buying residential property

This article discusses the process and legal requirements of buying a residential property. Do I need a Lawyer to Buy a Residential Property? You can ...more

Selling Residential Property

This article discussed selling residential property, including whether you need a lawyer, the process involved and what happens if the contract is ...more