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What is a Caveat?

A caveat is a type of statutory injunction preventing the registration of particular dealings with real property. A caveat acts as a warning or formal notice to tell the public that there is an interest on the land or property for a particular reason. The word caveat means ‘beware’ and lodging a caveat on real […] Read more >

What is an Affidavit?

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Is Airbnb Legal in Australia?

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What Does Pty Ltd Mean?

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What is Vendor Finance for the Sale of a Business?

Business Sale and Purchase
Vendor finance happens when the person selling a business also funds part of the purchase price. The buyer pays an initial amount upon settlement, and the balance (including interest) is met over an agreed period of time with regular repayments. Using vendor finance in the sale of a business can present various risks. It can […] Read more >

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