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Back to Basics - Contract for Sale of Land in NSW

Most people know that a contract for the sale of land in New South Wales must generally contain a copy of the title documents, drainage and sewerage diagram and a planning certificate (section 10.7) issued by the local council. 


What Is A Fixture In Property Law?

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. 


Eleven Lawyers Named in Best Lawyers, and Best Lawyers Ones to Watch Australia 2024

Holman Webb is pleased to announce that eleven lawyers have been included in the 2024 Edition of The Best Lawyers in Australia, and Best Lawyers: Ones to Watch in Australia. Since it was first published in 1983, Best Lawyers has become universally regarded as the definitive guide to legal excellence. 


Bank Guarantee or Security Bond - Which is Better for Landlords and Tenants?

As a lawyer primarily focused on Property and Financial matters, clients often ask me: what's better - a bank guarantee or a security bond?  

As with many questions posed by clients, the answer is entirely dependent on who is asking - and in turn, their individual circumstances. 

Let's take a look at the differences.


Legal Lockdown - Episode 2: Commercial and Residential Tenancies

In EPISODE 2 of Holman Webb's Legal Lockdown series, Chief Marketing and Corporate Relations Officer Adriana Giometti is joined by Tal Williams, Partner within the firm's Business, Corporate and Commercial team, to discuss a range of issues currently facing both commercial and residential tenants.


What are 'Easements' and 'Rights of Way'?

Many properties are either burdened or benefited by easements - but what is an easement, and what does it mean if your property is the subject of an easement?


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