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Telemon Lawyers Solicitors | Manly Sydney - Conveyancing & Property Probate, Wills & Estate Criminal Commercial Litigation & Dispute Resolution Strata Administrative Home About Us Our People Practice Areas Conveyancing & Property Law Probate, Will & Estate Law Criminal Law Litigation & Dispute Resolution Commercial Law Administrative Law Strata Law Our Fees Contact Us posted by Cameron Shaw on April 18,2016 in HomePageContent, Legal Services What is the Foreign Resident CGT withholding tax regime? Any* contract entered into on or after 1 July 2016 for the sale of land for a market value of $2 million or more requires a vendor to obtain and provide a “Clearance Certificate” to the purchaser otherwise the purchaser must withhold 10% of the purchase price and pay that amount to the ATO at completion. The new regime is designed to capture foreign residents and certain CGT obligations so generally speaking a Australian resident vendor will obtain a Clearance Certificate and no amount will be required to be withheld. More… posted by Cameron Shaw on March 29,2016 in HomePageContent, Legal Services What’s going on with council approval of swimming pools? Commencing April 29, 2016, laws will come into effect which make it a requirement for a Vendor (or a Lessor) to supply a Certificate of Compliance when conveying or leasing a property with a swimming pool. More… posted by Cameron Shaw on August 15,2015 in HomePageContent, Legal Services I want to leave a bequest to a husband and wife together, is the gift as joint tenants or tenants in common? The common law position is that unless there are words of “severance” where there is gift to multiple persons, the beneficiaries take as joint tenants: Matter of Lysaght (1987) 48 SASR 457. However in NSW (and some other jurisdictions) the common law position has been reversed… More posted by Cameron Shaw on May 16,2015 in HomePageContent, Legal Services I am the owner of a lot or unit in a NSW Strata Plan and I want to bring a motion to a General Meeting of the Owners Corporation, what do I do? The answer is set out in Schedule 2 of the Strata Schemes Management Act 1996 (NSW). There are a number of options. You can firstly simply wait for the next AGM. Secondly the Executive Committee can convene a General Meeting at any time. Lastly, you can serve on the Secretary of the Executive Committee a notice… More… posted by Cameron Shaw on May 14,2015 in HomePageContent, Legal Services My brother is executor of my father’s will and refuses to let me read it. What can I do? Under NSW law certain people are entitled to inspect or obtain a copy of the will. The list is set out in Section 54 of the Succession Act 2006. More… posted by Cameron Shaw on May 13,2015 in HomePageContent, Legal Services I have been served with a ‘Lapsing Notice,’ what do I do? A lapsing notice is a form which once served on the caveator will cause a caveat registered on title to ‘lapse’ after 21 days of the service of the notice unless orders are obtained from Supreme Court for an extension of the caveat. More… posted by Cameron Shaw on March 21,2015 in HomePageContent, Legal Services Wills… Do I really need one? Writing a will is one of those things that many of us put off. I suppose we don’t really like thinking about our death that much. Funny that. It can also loom in our minds that writing a will is a big deal. Hours spent with a solicitor and your partner arguing over the minutiae of who gets what. And if you’ve got young children, couples sometimes put off a will because they can’t decide who would be guardian if both of them were to die. But writing a will first and foremost will often save your surviving partner or family a significant degree of stress arising from the red tape of dying intestate (that is, without a will). If a person dies intestate and has assets in their sole name then the surviving partner may have to apply for “Letters of Administration” in the estate, rather than obtaining a Grant of Probate. While both are not insignificant steps, Letters of Administration takes longer, is more expensive and requires additional and sometimes costly steps which aren’t necessary in obtaining a Grant of Probate. The additional time and money are naturally burdens on a partner at a difficult time which can be easily avoided by the drafting of a will. Getting a basic will together does not take much time. For more information read our FAQ’s on Will and Estate Law or Contact us to get started. posted by Cameron Shaw on November 1,2014 in HomePageContent, Legal Services Telemon Lawyers Telemon Lawyers have experience in providing effective legal services across a number of practice areas including litigation and dispute resolution, commercial and corporate law, strata law, administrative law, conveyancing & property law, criminal law and wills and estate law. Telemon Lawyers approach is to seek to resolve disputes as quickly as possible to the satisfaction of the client using the most cost-effective methods. Whether you need to talk about your estate planning and providing for your family or have a complex commercial legal issue, Telemon Lawyers can provide you with practical advice and experience to assist you. Contact us to discuss your requirements. In most circumstances the initial consultation is free. #telemon Tweets ? Telemon Lawyers Pty Limited 2016

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