Category - Buying and Selling Property
An increasingly common way to get into the property market these days is buying a property with another person. Whilst there are a whole host of reasons as to why you might find yourself buying a property with another, the most common matchups are:
• With a friend or sibling for investment purposes; and
• A mum or dad co-owning...
There are several new time frame and administrative requirements that have been imposed under the amendments made to the Retail and Commercial Leases Act 1995 (click here for an overview of what these amendments are). It is imperative that Landlords in particular need to be aware of these requirements, so as to avoid unnecessary...
The Retail and Commercial Leases(Miscellaneous) Amendment Act 2019 came into operation on 1 July 2020, giving effect to several significant amendments to the Retail and Commercial Leases Act 1995 (‘the Act’), that all Landlords and tenants should be aware of.
The key amendments are:
A lease can now move in and...
With the economy in a state of shock, business owners need sound legal advice more than ever, and it’s our wish to provide as much free commercial law assistance to as many people as we can during this crisis.
To aid this, TGB Lawyers has established a COVID-19 Commercial and Business helpline to provide free essential...
The outbreak of the coronavirus pandemic, is an unprecedented global event that is having a major impact on the economy and businesses, the way we interact, the viability and functionality of businesses and future employment and financial prospects.
From a corporate, commercial and legal perspective we would like to provide...
Buying a house is one of the biggest financial investments you can make in your lifetime. It is also one of the most stressful. There are many forms, deadlines, and legal requirements to keep track of, and managing the whole process yourself can be overwhelming.
Thankfully, working with a licensed conveyancer can make things...
When your home is your castle, it’s natural to be territorial if someone tries to claim a slice of land from your kingdom as rightfully theirs. This is your classic boundary fence dispute, and it often creates bad blood between neighbours. So how do you solve a fence dispute? TGB Senior Lawyer Giles Kahl explains.
TGB Managing Partner Morry Bailes speaks to "Today Tonight" after a bank mistakenly placed a caveat on a local man's property, thinking he was Senator Bob Day, whose building company collapsed last week.
Port Lincoln Lawyer Mia Dalcollo discusses stamp duty and how it applies to family farms.