E-Alert: Government Intervention for Commercial Leases

On Sunday 29 March 2020 the federal government took a step that is seldom seen – the possible rewrite of commercial lease terms to endeavour [...]

E-Alert: The Application of the Doctrine of Frustration to Commercial Leases

It is not often that lawyers are asked to look at the question of whether a contract has been frustrated by external events. COVID-19 brings [...]

E-Alert: Electronic Conveyancing – Is it really you?

In 2008, the Council of Australian Governments (COAG) agreed to the development of a system which would allow practitioners and conveyancers to efficiently and conveniently [...]

Broadley Rees Hogan welcomes Sarah Lock

Broadley Rees Hogan is pleased to announce that employment lawyer and human resources practitioner Sarah Lock has joined the firm as Special Counsel in our [...]

E-Alert: Queensland Land Tax Foreign Surcharge – Effects and Possible Relief

From 2019/2020 onwards, in the absence of any potential exemptions or relief, 'foreign companies' and 'foreign trusts' will pay a 2% 'absentee owner' land tax [...]

Donating to Fire Affected Communities: Every little bit helps

Over the past few weeks BRH have been gathering essential everyday items to donate to communities in rural New South Wales affected by the devastating [...]

E-Alert: Queensland Property Law 2019 in Review

2019 saw a variety of changes in the property law sector and it is certain 2020 will bring further change. Here is a brief snapshot [...]

Broadley Rees Hogan appoints Head of Property Services Group

Broadley Rees Hogan is excited to announce the appointment of  Michael Byrom as head of the firm’s Property Services Group. An accomplished lawyer with a proven track record in an [...]

E-Alert: Claiming on a small estate? It could cost you

For many years now, the Courts have cautioned that parties engaging in protracted disputes over deceased estates of relatively small value should not assume success [...]