The recent passage of the Federal Government’s Closing the Loopholes Bill (No. 2) introduced significant and controversial reforms, including the 'right to disconnect'. This article addresses what is the right to disconnect and what are the expectations.
Fixtures refer to items that transition from being personal property (a chattel) to becoming part of the real property through attachment. This distinction is critical for anyone buying or selling property, as it influences rights and expectations. In this article, we aim to clarify the concept of fixtures, providing valuable insights for those navigating the complexities of property law.