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Nexus discusses Electronic Contracts in Property Law with Television Education Network (TEN)

15 February 2021 | Nexus News |

Nexus Group Principal and legal technologist Jeremy Duffy presents Electronic Contracts in Property Matters webinar for legal education provider Television Education News. “With clients and practitioners searching for more efficient ways to execute contracts and conduct transactions generally, electronic contracts are here to stay,” said Jeremy.

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5 points to consider before filing a development appeal in NSW.

13 March 2020 | Land & Environment Court |

If you are contemplating filing an appeal with the NSW Land and Environment Court, Grant Long has developed a useful infographic …

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The end of Interim Occupation Certificates

19 November 2019 | Civil Contractors and Construction |

Interim Occupation Certificates cease to exist from 1 December 2019 but what replaces them? More stringent certification processes perhaps makes builds …

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Issues of Consent – Is it better to ask forgiveness, than permission?

22 October 2019 | Construction & Infrastructure |

So, is it better to ask for forgiveness than consent? As a planning strategy it is fraught with risk, too much risk to even consider it.

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Nexus welcomes planning & environment lawyer – Grant Long

24 June 2019 | News & Events |

Nexus is delighted to announce the addition of leading planning and environment lawyer, Grant Long to our team.

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Don’t Jump in the Deep End – Swimming Pools Regulations

07 April 2016 | Property & Real Estate |

Regulatory change around swimming pools in residential properties has been on the cards for some time.
In March 2015 I sat in …

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Sun sets on developers’ rescission rights

23 November 2015 | Property & Real Estate |

Last week NSW Parliament passed legislation amending the Conveyancing Act to restrict the ability of developers to rescind an Off the …

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Nexus advises on $150M+ property deal

19 November 2015 | Banking & Finance |

Nexus recently advised on the acquisition of commercial buildings in the Sydney CBD at 338 Pitt Street and 126 Liverpool Street.
Deal summary:
Firms: …

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But what’s it really worth? Proposed Changes to Property Advertising.

11 September 2015 | Property & Real Estate |

The underquoting of expected property prices has been a hot topic for some time now – so much so that the …

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Selling a property – What happens on settlement?

31 July 2015 | Property & Real Estate |

Every purchase is unique but, it is important to remember that, while exchange is a step in the right direction, you …

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Selling a property – What happens after exchange?

13 March 2015 | Property & Real Estate |

Contracts have Exchanged. What happens next?
Whether you are selling your home, a commercial or a rural property, you probably know that …

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Selling a property – What is exchange of contracts?

03 February 2015 | Property & Real Estate |

You have decided to sell your house, apartment, farm, commercial premises, investment property etc.  You’ve dealt with the preliminaries, perhaps had the …

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Selling a property – Where do I start?

27 January 2015 | Property & Real Estate |

Selling Your Home
Anyone who has ever bought a property knows that there are many considerations. Where would I like to live, locate …

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What is a s66W Certificate?

02 December 2014 | Property & Real Estate |

When buying or selling a property, you will hear about Section 66W Certificates.
In New South Wales, the practice of entering in …

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Is it a House? Is it a Unit? Is it Strata? … NO it’s COMMUNITY TITLE!

08 September 2014 | Property & Real Estate |

A recent decision in the Land and Environment Court, found in favour of the developer, has provoked controversy in Muswellbrook and …

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