Court rules that the minimum lot size development standard applies to strata subdivision

Many Applicants seek to strata subdivide multi dwelling housing or dual occupancies as a component of a development application, or after construction of ...

1 Aug 2017 / Cecilia Rose, Partner and Alyce Jefferys, Associate read more
Amended Land and Environment Court Practices

The Chief Judge of the Land and Environment Court has issued new practice directions for policies aimed at streamlining merit appeals.

27 Mar 2017 / Colin McFadzean, Special Counsel read more
Environmental Planning and Assessment Amendment Bill

The following article summarises the EP&A Amendment Bill which is on public exhibition until 10 March 2017.

17 Jan 2017 / Colin McFadzean, Special Counsel read more
The What, How and Why of Put and Call options

Put and call options are a useful way of allowing parties to enter into an agreement to sell or acquire land at a future point in time, requiring minimum ...

15 Jun 2016 / Daniel Kentwell, Solicitor read more
Top Ten Tips for Landlord Leasing

This article contains some useful tips and insights on matters of importance for landlord leasing. The information is general in nature and does not take ...

15 Apr 2016 / Daniel Kentwell, Solicitor read more
Government and ATO tighten laws in relation to sale of property by foreign residents

In this article, we aim to address how the requirements of the Amendment (above) will apply to a standard real property transaction (i.e., the sale of ...

18 Mar 2016 / Daniel Kentwell, Solicitor read more
New property laws for a New Year! Real estate agents who underquote are the target

If you're a buyer in the market for property, changes to the law could mean a happier new year ahead in 2016!

23 Feb 2016 / Daniel Kentwell, Solicitor read more
Breaking News: the sun is setting on unfair use of sunset clauses in off-the-plan sales!

The recent amendment to the Conveyancing Act by the NSW Government has shifted the balance in relation to strata developments. For a long time, the ...

9 Dec 2015 / Daniel Kentwell, Solicitor read more
NSW strata reform: a different kind of deposition

'Strata housing' is a term that emerged from the field of geology, where different 'strata' were the layers of sedimentary rock or soil that had been ...

20 Oct 2015 / Liam Mulligan, Solicitor read more
Landlords beware - Incentive claw-back provisions deemed to be penalty clauses

The recent Supreme Court of Queensland decision of GWC Property Group Pty Ltd v Higginson & Ors affirms the long-held but (until now) untested fear that ...

20 Jan 2015 / Mary Digiglio, Managing Partner and Daniel Kentwell, Graduate at Law read more
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Association Memberships
Tristan Jepson Memorial Foundation
  • 2015 - Finalist Lawyers Weekly Women in Law Awards
  • 2015 - Finalist Lawyers Weekly Australian Law Awards - Employee program of the year