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Building & Construction Law

Buying a franchise is a good way to share in the success of a well-established and wellknown business and as a method of doing business, buying into an existing franchise has achieved tremendous worldwide growth in recent years. However too often, we find prospective franchisees rush into buying a franchise without conducting the necessary due […]

When renting business related property it is important for both Landlords and Tenants to understand the relationship they are entering into and the rights and obligations that they each have, the document that governs this relationship is usually a Commercial Lease. So what is a Commercial Lease? A lease is a legally binding contract that […]

The purchase of a home is arguably one of the most important purchases of your life. At RRR Lawyers we are able to assist you in the entire process of the purchase from the pre-contractual signature to the legal procedures required to transfer the ownership of the property. The highly technical process of transferring the […]

Following the breakdown of a marriage or de facto relationship, it is common for separated parties to be unsure and therefore anxious about their entitlements in a property settlement and the assets they are likely to retain. This is only natural given that family law is a complicated and emotional area of law which is […]

It is often stated that the purchase of a house is the largest investment most people will make in their life time. There is fortunately a large body of both statute and case law to assist purchasers of real estate to ensure that a good title is obtained and the real estate can be used […]

Due to reforms introduced by the Building Legislation Amendment (Consumer Protection) Act 2016 (Vic), domestic building disputes must now proceed through Domestic Building Dispute Resolution Victoria (DBDRV). The Chief Dispute Resolution Officer (CDRO) appointed to DBDRV is responsible for the management of its services and is supported by Dispute Resolution Officers and inhouse expert assessors. […]

The Building Legislation Amendment (Consumer Protection) Act 2016 has introduced significant changes to the building industry. The changes affect building practitioners, surveyors and owner builders. The objectives of the reforms are to enhance consumer protection through stricter industry regulation and enforcement provisions, and to improve processes under the relevant Building Act 1993 (Vic) and the […]

There have been updates in the law regarding disclosure requirements when selling real property.