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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
Some observations on the approach to valuations, land tax claims and the 'actual use of land'

Some observations on the approach to valuations, land tax claims and the 'actual use of land': Carlewie Pty Ltd v Roads and Maritime Services [2017] NSWLEC 78

31 Jul 2017 / Cecilia Rose, Partner read more
Construction related impacts should be considered in staged development applications

Construction related impacts should be considered in staged development applications: Bay Simmer Investments Pty Ltd v State of New South Wales [2017] NSWCA 135

31 Jul 2017 / Cecilia Rose, Partnr read more
​Approach to classifying land as "residential" or "business" is confirmed

​Approach to classifying land as "residential" or "business" is confirmed: Karimbla Properties v Council of the City of Sydney; Bayside City Council; and ...

31 Jul 2017 / Cecilia Rose, Partner read more
A condition using the term "Applicant" can impose a restriction related to the identity of the user

A condition using the term "Applicant" can impose a restriction related to the identity of the user only – and may not "run with the land": Dravin Pty Ltd ...

31 Jul 2017 / Cecilia Rose, Partner read more
Is a "Transfer Granting Easement" enough to satisfy a deferred commencement condition?

Is a "Transfer Granting Easement" enough to satisfy a deferred commencement condition? Mauro Poletti v Inner West Council [2017] NSWLEC 1325

28 Jul 2017 / Cecilia Rose, Partner 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
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Tristan Jepson Memorial Foundation
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