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If so, it may be affected by loose-fill asbestos which could mean you are unable to sell or rent your home or investment property in the future. Loose-fill asbestos was commonly used in the 1960’s and 70’s as a form of insulation. Asbestos is a hazardous material and the NSW government is considering options to […]

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When you’re completing a lease for a Queensland property where you intend to register the lease then you will need to provide a “Title Reference” number. Let’s take a Commercial property lease for example. The Queensland Government’s Department of Resources is responsible for the administration of land-related matters and records information about land in Qld. […]

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1. Download and complete the Transfer from the Office of Regulatory Services. 2. Send the completed Transfer to the Revenue Office to be noted for stamp duty. If you are seeking an exemption of duty, for example, for a transfer being made pursuant to a binding Financial Agreement or for transfer of the matrimonial home, […]

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Article under Review – Note: the legislation has changed again – please go to Fair Trading for updated information. During 2012, the NSW government reviewed the Swimming Pools Act 1992 and has implemented a number of amendments to minimise the dangers to small children. If you own a swimming pool then you must – Register […]

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The tenancy regulations have been changed to prevent children falling from windows and balconies. The changes include: strata schemes with residential lots must install safety devices to all windows which present a risk to children individual strata owners are now allowed to install window safety devices regardless of their scheme’s by-laws as of 1st March […]

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