Access to secured and de-risked investment opportunities in mortgage transactions for investors and secured mortgages on property transactions for borrowers. Boutique Lawyers is able to offer private lending opportunities to clients,…read more
Are you currently developing property or interested in getting into the game? Do you want to minimise risk and maximise your profit margin? Then do yourself a favour and pre-order…read more
Real Estate agents’ commissions under threat! Vendor’s able to claim back fee’s due to non-compliant REIV form.
“Thousands of Victorian estate agents could be forced to pay back hundreds of millions of dollars in commissions after they used contractual documents sold by the Real Estate Institute of…read more
Domestic Building Contracts within the jurisdiction of Victoria. Undergoing a major project like domestic building works in the form of building a house, renovating, repairing etc… can be highly stressful…read more
This article applies to Domestic Building Contracts in Victoria. Put all variations in writing If a Builder wants to get paid for a variation to the Domestic Building Contract they…read more
As a pending homeowner, ensuring that your contract is fair is a vital first step to building your future home. Your contract is debatably the backbone of the entire build,…read more
Boutique Lawyers have recently undertaken a series of domestic building insurance claims, with an influx of clients wanting to seek justice for their improperly built apartments and houses. Most people…read more
If your neighbour is planning to carry out building works that may cause damage to your adjoining property, they may be required to undertake Protection Works to ensure that your…read more
Thing’s you didn’t know about – Extension of Time Claims in Major Domestic Building Contracts for Owners.
As the saying goes ‘time is money’ and when it comes to delays in construction, this couldn’t be closer to the truth. In fact delays quickly generate financial costs associated…read more
What is the DBDRV and why was it formed? After the review conducted by the ABCC commission which looked at the increasing amount of building disputes, consumer affairs decided to…read more