Commercial Leasing: Making an Offer to Lease If you intend on leasing a premises from which to run your business, you may be encouraged by either the Landlord or the

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TCO2 Charge against Olivia Cairns Dropped The Queensland Racing and Integrity Commission (‘QRIC’) last week dropped the charge, and finding of guilt, levelled against trainer Olivia Cairns that she had

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Keeping Pets in a Community Titles Scheme A common issue for clients looking to purchase a lot in a community titles scheme is whether they can keep a pet on

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FIRB Approval for Residential Land Purchases in Queensland. For foreign acquirers purchasing residential land in Queensland, there are many important factors to take into consideration prior to entering into a

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The Business of Horse Racing – by Anthony Miller, Principal Lawyer At Miller Sockhill Lawyers we provide advice and assistance to people undertaking a broad range of business activities. From

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Body Corporate Disputes – By Anthony Miller, Principal Lawyer As the population of our urban centers grow and housing condenses down into community living, also growing are the number of

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What is PEXA? By Kerry Allinson, Practice Manager. PEXA (Property Exchange Australia) is an online exchange platform that allows participants (such as lawyers and financial institutions) to settle your conveyance,

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What is a Statutory Demand? – by Wayne Davis, Lawyer. A creditor’s statutory demand is a written demand for payment from a debtor company allowable under section 459E of the

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The Capacity to make a Will – by Anthony Miller, Principal Lawyer. At what point does a person no longer have the capacity to make a Will? Well under succession

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Apartment Living: Are your By-laws enforceable? – by Tammy Wills, Associate Apartment living in Queensland is regulated by the Body Corporate and Community Management Act ‘(the Act’). The Act provides

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