Anthea Digiaris, Senior Associate and Law Institute of Victoria Accredited Property Law Specialist, has recently featured in the press providing her advice on a range of property cases.
In the first article featuring in the Domain, Anthea talks to the issue of “sunset clawback”, where developers are deliberately delaying the registration of subdivisions so they can terminate contracts and resell properties for a higher price. Anthea notes that buyers can sue developers, however it is an expensive process and “there is no guarantee of a successful outcome”.
Visit the Domain website to read the full article.
In the second article featuring on the Money website, Anthea raises some of the legal issues surrounding tiny houses, including local council rules and regulations, the need for documenting lease and licence agreements, and the importance of obtaining permit approvals.
The full article can be read on the Money website.
In the third article featuring in The Weekly Times, Anthea warns about common home buyer mistakes including the need to undertake due diligence; ensuring repayments can be sustained in a changing market; and checking the local council is aware of all structures on the property.
Visit The Weekly Times website to read more about common homebuyer mistakes.