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FAQs on Buying or Selling a Dealership

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Contract Contract Contract When buying or selling a dealership, it is always about the Contract! A dealership, including stock, can easily cost several millions of dollars, and with your larger dealers, upwards of $20M. Further, there are always funny words used in the contract such as cyber cars, adjustments on compliance date, rego dates, OS
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A Buyer’s Guide to Conveyancing in Victoria

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At TNS Lawyers, we are aware that if you haven’t been through the conveyancing process before, it can seem both complex and confusing. Here is our easy-to-follow guide to the conveyancing process in Victoria, which we’ve specially designed for buyers. Step 1: You find the property you want to buy The first stage in the
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Top 12 Tips on Retail Leases for Landlords

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At TNS Lawyers, we are one of the Melbourne law firms that specialises in advising both landlords and tenants on retail leases. Here are our top ten tips on what you, as a landlord, need to consider when entering into a retail lease in Victoria. Tip No. 1: Check whether your premises are retail premises
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Top 10 Tips on Retail Leases for Tenants

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A retail lease is a retail premises lease used wholly or predominantly for the sale or hire of goods by retail or the retail provision of services. Generally, this is entered into through a “retail lease document” in which you as the lessee (or tenant) is given right to exclusive possession of a retail premises
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Proceeding Commenced by Writ: What to Do When Served with a Statement of Claim

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A statement of claim is the initial document, filed with a Court by a party making a claim (the Plaintiff) against another party (the Defendant) to commence court proceedings. Most commonly, statements of claim are served in person unless the claim is against a company – in which case it is served at the registered
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