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Leasing and Property Newsletter - July 2018

Leasing and Property Newsletter - July 2018

Published on 5 Jul 2018 by Alex Collie, Matthew Rafferty, and Paul Carroll

In this edition our team report on the following topics: Assignment – can the landlord refuse consent based on the assignee’s insufficient financial resources? A Contentious Middle Ground: The new Low Rise Medium Density Housing Code; and The push for planning centralisation – Recent developments in “ePlanning”

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Your call: Do call and put options trigger a right of first refusal?

Published on 3 Jul 2018 by Nathan Gately and Selwyn Black

In the recent case of Parramatta Commercial Holdings Pty Ltd (PCH) v Vision Medical and Health Pty Ltd (VMH) [2018] NSWSC 272, Justice Kunc in Equity was tasked with deciding whether or not an offer by PCH to sell land in the form of a call option engaged a right of first refusal to purchase the land held by one of the lessees, VMH, who submitted that this could only have been achieved by a traditional contract for sale and not by an option contract.

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Can you rely on a letter from the ATO?

Published on 14 Jun 2018 by Nicholas Huang and Selwyn Black

The Australian Taxation Office (ATO) has suspended the application of the Assessing the Risk: Allocation of profits within professional firms guidelines and Everett Assignment web material (Guidelines) which it published in 2015.

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