Topical legal content articles for marketing residential conveyancing law
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Previous legal topics
Examples of the residential property law topics issued to our subscribers over the last six months include:
Putting your home on the market after relaxed restrictions on home moving
- updates to Government advice on social distancing;
- the practicalities of selling your home;
- getting your property ready for sale; and
- exchanging contracts and completing the sale simultaneously.
Accidental landlords and COVID-19 FAQs
- problems with tenants who have stopped paying rent;
- new three-month notice period for evicting tenants;
- carrying out property repairs during the pandemic; and
- paying the mortgage on a rental property or holiday home.
Government advice on home moving during the coronavirus outbreak
- challenges involved in putting your home on the market;
- how to safely conduct property viewings;
- when to delay the exchange of contracts; and
- extensions beyond the terms of a mortgage agreement.
Shared ownership update
- what is shared ownership?
- how does shared ownership work?
- the pros and cons of shared ownership; and
- how shared ownership could be changing in the future.
Gazundering, what it is and how to avoid it
- what is gazundering?
- government proposals to stop gazundering;
- why you should consider a lock out agreement; and
- the importance of sorting out issues in advance with your conveyancer.
Running a business from home
- legal considerations for using your home as a workplace;
- checking your lease or deeds for restrictions;
- tax implications and mortgage terms; and
- considering the impact on neighbours and surrounds.