Off-the-Plan Contracts – termination rights and risks

by Andrew Lind on 9 February, 09

Our property lawyers and litigation lawyers have just added an article to our Legal Resource Centre titled – Off-the-Plan Contracts – Termination rights and risks.

This article reports on a recent Qld case where non-compliance with the Body Corporate & Community Management Act 1997 (Qld) provided a basis for termination of the contract by the Buyer.

This article is essential reading for all those who may be contemplating terminating an off-the-plan contract.

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