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Burpengary Qld 4505
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Springwood Qld 4127
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The Issue The Federal Government is concerned that property owners, particularly foreign persons are not paying Capital Gains Tax on the sale of property. The Law On or after 1 July 2016 on the sale of Affected Property, the Buyer will have to withhold 10% of the sale...read more
What Bond should I Pay? The Issue What amount should I pay as a rental bond if I rent a new place to live? Can the landlord demand I pay any amount? The Law There are rules when renting a place to live in Queensland whether it’s a house, unit, share house room,...read more
What Should I Sign? The Issue What if I have found a new place to live? What documents should I sign before I move in? The Law There are rules when renting a place to live in Queensland whether it’s a house, unit, share house room, caravan or houseboat that protects...read more
In late 2010 the State Government reviewed the limits of damages that various Courts could award. This included increasing the amount of damages that the Magistrates Court could award to $150,000.00. This meant that a significant number of compensation trials could...read more
The Property Occupations Act came into effect from 1 December 2014. This legislation replaced Property Agents and Motor Vehicles Act 2000 in relation to residential property. Any new contract that is formed for property intended for residential purposes now needs to...read more
In the current difficult financial times, many people are finding themselves faced with bankruptcy. If you go bankrupt what can you keep? The bad news is that on being declared bankrupt, your “divisible property” vests in your bankruptcy trustee. You can no longer...read more
Concessions and exemptions for home buyers and retirement village residents: 1. Abolition of Mortgage Stamp Duty; 2. An increasing in the threshold for the firm home buyers duty exemption from $320,000.00 to $500,000.00; 3. An increase in the ceiling for the principal...read more
The Australian Government has announced it will shortly amend its Foreign Investment Policy. This amendment will have a material effect on residential land buyers. The big change is that temporary residents may purchase second hand dwellings. This took effect from 18...read more
The Background When the QLD Treasurer, Andrew Fraser, handed down the 2008/2009 State Budget it outlined various changes to stamp duty associated with Queensland properties. The intent of the new structure was to generally improve competitiveness with other states and...read more
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