Property law is crammed with ‘Cs’ – contract, conveyancing, caveat − and everyone’s favourite of the last 18 months, COVID-19. One important word starting with C that everyone should be aware of is cessation, or to be exact, cessation day, when the NSW property space will do away with certificates of title (CTs) for good.
Buying real estate is an exciting (and sometimes daunting!) process. You have found your home, contracts have been exchanged, and the settlement period is drawing to a close. Unfortunately, even the best laid plans can go awry. The Snedden Hall & Gallop property team are currently seeing a trend in extended delays in the completion
Critically acclaimed actor Geoffrey Rush was recently awarded $850,000 in general and aggravated damages and a further $1.98 million for past and future economic loss by the Federal Court of Australia. He was awarded this amount after successfully arguing Nationwide News published defamatory material in two articles printed in The Daily Telegraph in 2017. When
We're all entitled to an opinion, but should we publish our opinions on social media? In this article, Emily Shoemark and Paris Miller investigate the expensive consequences of Facebook defamation. The age of social media The age of social media is upon us. It's simple and accessible, making it easy for people to connect with family, friends and