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Claims arising from conveyancing are regular and consistent in nature. Time and cost pressures, in what is a very technical area of the law, can result in simple errors.

The Sale of Land Amendment Act 2019 (Vic) is now in operation having received royal assent on 4 June 2019 — meaning the retrospective changes to off-the-plan sunset clauses retrospectively came into operation from 23 August 2018. Last updated 3 December 2020 from a version first published on 7 June 2018.
The Sale of Land Act Amendment Bill 2019 (Vic) (the bill) recently introduced into parliament contains several important consumer reforms to the Sale of Land Act 1962 (Vic) (the SL Act). It is very similar to the bill of the same name that was introduced in September 2018 that lapsed prior to the Victorian state election. This version was last updated on 3 December 2020 from a previously published alert from 4 September 2018.
A checklist covering common issues faced by legal practitioners when dealing with electronic property transaction matters.
A checklist containing a list of issues to consider when writing office policy regarding electronic property transactions and recommended responses.
Contains sixty-one essential questions for the vendor during the sale of land.
This questionnaire includes questions to ask purchasers of land and indicates when practitioners may be required to seek additional information.

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