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Property Law

A complete guide: What are easements on property and types of easements in Queensland

By NB Lawyers | November 5, 2021 |
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What is an Easement? An Easement is a right that gives others the eligibility to cross over;or use part of your land for a specific purpose. If a registered easement exists on the property you are purchasing then you will find it listed on the ‘Title of the property‘ as an encumbrance. Common Types of…

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Can New Zealand Citizens Purchase Property in Queensland? 5 Top Frequently Asked Questions From Home Buyers

By NB Lawyers | October 6, 2021 |

With the minimal impacts of COVID-19 in Queensland, we are seeing an increasing number of New Zealand citizens wanting to purchase property here. Are you a New Zealand Citizen and looking at buying a property in Queensland? This article will provide you with a basic understanding of what is involved in doing so. Question 1…

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What is a Put Option vs. Call Option when buying/selling property?

By NB Lawyers | August 4, 2021 |

Put and call options are used so parties can enter into an agreement to sell or purchase real property in the future for a particular price. The agreement provides the buyer with the option to purchase the property and the seller with the option to sell the property. Put and Call options: understanding options over…

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3 Stages of a Property Purchase – Steps to Buy A New House

By NB Lawyers | November 6, 2020 |

Most people know that transferring of property ownership from one person to another is not a simple task but only a few appreciate how complicated the process of transferring the ownership title from the seller to the purchaser is. How Property Conveyancing Works Conveyancing is the legal process of transferring the property from the seller…

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HomeBuilder Scheme 2020

By NB Lawyers | August 18, 2020 |

The Federal Government recently announced the HomeBuilder scheme in an effort to boost Australia’s limping construction sector by providing eligible applicants $25,000 to put towards building a new home or the renovation of an existing one. The scheme is a tax-free grant and is estimated to directly support 140,000 jobs across the country. Eligibility Criteria…

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