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Thought Leadership in Dispute Resolution & Litigation Estate Planning & Administration Private Wealth Advisory 31 July 2019

Five things you need to know about challenging or contesting a will

Contesting a will is an emotionally challenging decision that regularly involves disputes with a loved one. To try and minimise distress and ensure a smooth process, it is important to ensure that you make the correct claim within the required timeframes.

Thought Leadership in Projects and Development Property Services Leasing Property Development 24 July 2019

Madgwicks Property Insights Newsletter: July 2019

Welcome to the July 2019 edition of Property Insights! Presented by the Madgwicks Property team, this newsletter is full of recent developments in the property industry, case studies and industry news.

Thought Leadership in Property Services Telecommunications Leasing 24 July 2019

How is Telecommunications Leasing Different to Any Other Type of Commercial Leasing? Part One

Lauren Milne delves into telecommunications and specifically examines telecommunications leasing and how the requirements of a telecommunications carrier differ from those of other commercial tenants.

Thought Leadership in Projects and Development Property Services Property Development 24 July 2019

Your off-the-plan contracts – changes to law you can’t ignore

Parts of the highly anticipated Sale of Land Amendment Act 2019 (the Act) are now in operation, bringing important changes to the Sale of Land Act 1962 (Vic).

Thought Leadership in Property Services Leasing 19 July 2019

Valuer and Retail Leases Update – Quarries now retail leases

A recent VCAT decision has determined that a quarry was governed by the Retail Leases Act 2003 (Vic).

Thought Leadership in Property Services Dispute Resolution & Litigation 17 July 2019

Holding a tenant’s goods for failing to pay rent an expensive mistake for landlord

The County Court has held in a recent case that a landlord cannot hold a tenant’s goods until outstanding rent is paid.

Thought Leadership in Business Advisory Dispute Resolution & Litigation 08 July 2019

Is my Google review defamatory?

So, when is a Google review considered defamatory? What is the line between someone sharing their honest opinion in the review and that review becoming defamatory?

Thought Leadership in Business Advisory Corporate Services Dispute Resolution & Litigation 03 July 2019

Selling Your Business: Five Common Dangers to Avoid

Selling a business requires careful consideration and planning. Often, if a business doesn’t perform as expected, the purchaser will look

Thought Leadership in Property Services Property Development Projects and Development 21 June 2019

Major changes to Victorian stamp duty rules are now in force

Victoria’s new economic entitlement regime greatly increases the number of arrangements that are now subject to duty.

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