BARRISTERS BLOG : Town Planning

Welcome to our Legal Blog Town Planning with posts from expert barristers covering a vast range of jurisdictions, issues and updates in the law.

Jageurs v Downing

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Hopeless proceeding can result in a cost order under Retail Leases Act 2003 (Vic)

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Lessor’s purpose for demolishing leased building is irrelevant

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Unfair term provisions provide tenants with a new weapon

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Fed Court makes orders in second promoter penalty proceeding

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Updated statutory information brochure on Small Business Commissioner’s website

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More on essential safety measures and cost recovery

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Can a vendor/developer extend the date for registration of a plan of subdivision?

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Have the problems migrating charges from ASIC to the PPS Register been fixed?

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When can a tenant that has been granted relief against forfeiture be relieved again from forfeiture?

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What is a recent Victorian case analysing notices of default served on a tenant?

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The awarding of costs when Fair Trading Act claims are included in retail tenancy disputes

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Termination when tenant’s guarantor made bankrupt part II

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Tenants need the protection of s.146 of the Property Law Act

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Relief from forfeiture III – Lontav Pty Ltd v Pineross Custodial Services Pty Ltd [2011] VSC 278 (Hargreaves J)

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Why no requirement for a s.146 notice?

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How does a tenant obtain relief against forfeiture of its lease? (Part 3)

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New form of contract of sale of real estate

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Breach of s.52 can amount to repudiatory conduct

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Detailed examination required to determine if a tenant has parted with possession of leased premises

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Whoops! Error in start date for Part 2D

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VCAT and removal of restrictive covenants

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VCAT’s power to amend planning permits

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High Court considers removal of restrictive covenant

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Do remittals to VCAT following an appeal require a

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Tribunal not a “rubber stamp” to consent orders.

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When does a power pole require a planning permit?

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Liquor Licensing and harm minimisation

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Tribunal ‘s latest on borrowed light.

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Major Cases List may return

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Cancellation of Licence

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Article in The Age on the impact of online trading on retail shopping centres

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Relief against forfeiture of an option to renew not available to a tenant

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VCAT’s power to amend a permit granted by consent.

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