Related Reading: Property Dispute Lawyers

Easement application process : Section 88k explained

Section 88K of the Conveyancing Act 1919 (NSW) is designed to provide a structured process for property developers or owners to apply to the Supreme ...more

Section 66G : How Property Disputes are Resolved

Co-Ownership Disputes: Section 66G of the Conveyancing Act  Disputes often arise when co-owners of a property disagree on the property’s future. In...more

Liability for Deteriorating Retaining Walls

This brief article explores the question of who has liability for deteriorating retaining walls and highlights the role of mediation and avoidance of ...more

Easements and Access to Adjoining Land

This brief article discusses easements and land access to adjoining land. The law provides a legal mechanism to obtain access to a neighbours’ ...more

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Property Disputes in Tenancy

This article discusses property disputes in tenancy.  This refers to disputes between landlords and tenants in residential, commercial, and retail ...more

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

Home Building and Construction Disputes

Disputes in relation to residential building and construction work are unfortunately common. They can include disputes involving building defects or ...more

Neighbour Disputes

This article discusses neighbour disputes, in relation to nuisance, trespass, boundaries and trees, and the legal options to solve these disputes. ...more