Conveyancing and Property Law

The 2017/2018 Victorian Budget has made substantial changes to land duty and tax payments in a bid to make the system for housing affordability more equitable. Investors may need to act quickly to avoid duty on certain property transfers.

Things you need to know BEFORE the auction day Buying a property is perhaps one of the most important financial decisions of your life. It can often be an intimidating process, especially at auction where you are competing with other buyers and there is no cooling off period. If you a purchase a property privately, […]

The team at RRR Lawyers specialise in assisting those who are purchasing off the plan properties. Off the plan developments have become increasingly common in light of major land developments, and apartment building construction taking place in the Melbourne CBD and surrounding regions. The term “buying off the plan” usually refers to purchasing a property […]

The new Powers of Attorney Act 2014 (Vic) commenced on 1 September 2015. Find out what changes there will be and what this may mean for you, your family or someone you care about.

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 […]

A Power of Attorney is a legal document that gives a trusted person the legal authority to act for you, and to make legally binding decisions on your behalf. If you do not have a power of attorney then you should contact us and find out more.

Separation in Family Law is defined as the bringing to an end of a marriage or de facto relationship. There is no need or ability to register a separation under Australian Family Law. Separation is a fact which must be proven if it is disputed by the other party at a later time

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

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.

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.