In this podcast, Special Counsel Clarrisa Moore explores factors landholders need to consider about renewable energy projects.
Originating in feudal times, the common law right of a landlord to seize and impound a tenant’s goods to compel payment of arrears in rent has been abolished in most parts of Australia.
In Queensland, leases over state land are granted for various purposes such as grazing, agriculture, tourism, forestry and others as term, perpetual or freeholding leases.
The enforcement of the terms of Development Approvals (DAs) in Queensland is achieved by the Planning Act 2016 (‘the Act’) which…
Paper certificates of title are no longer evidence of legal ownership because of recent changes to the Land Title Act 1994 (Qld) which have transitioned from the land titles system in Queensland from a paper based to an electronic system.
You may be aware that the Palaszczuk Government have been forced to remove more than a third of its flawed trigger mapping designed to protect endangered or at least vulnerable plants. To learn more where things are currently at with the reversal…
In this podcast, South Geldard Director and Property Lawyer, Gordon Stünzner discusses the not uncommon “Give and Take fence” agreements arising between two rural property owners and considerations for ‘common boundary line’ disputes.