Coopers Creek, Byron Bay

Bray's Beach, Broken Head

"Bold and Excellent"

Property, Leases, Mortgages

Tyndall & Co. offers legal services including advice and representation in these  areas of property law:

Buying house, land or farm
Commercial, rural and residential land
Community title
Development Consents
Developments
Easements for water or access (carriageway)
Environmental Impact statements
Joint ownership
Land tax
Land use
Leasing- commercial lease, residential lease
Local Council discussions,  representations and compliance
Local Council disputes
Mortgaging
Multiple occupancy and disputes
Option to buy or sell land- call and put options
Selling
Stamp Duties
Strata title
Subdivisions

Articles published about property law, leases and mortgages

The pros and cons of a water easement
S 88K Conveyancing Act, water easements and the law, carriageway, right-of way
Updated 3 April 2015, originally published The Land on 11 March 1999.

Banks? No thanks!
Immediate right to vacant possession upon default in mortgage
Updated 6 April 2015, originally published The Land on 28 October 1999

Divided we fall
Dividing Fences Act
Updated 6 April 2015, originally published The Land on 29 March 2001

Why banks like mediation
Cheap mechanism of foreclosure for mortgagee
Updated 2 April 2015, originally published in The Land on 27 May 1999

Mediation: farmers/banks should be equal
Farmers perceive mediation as unfair, legal representation a must
Updated 6 April 2015, originally published in The Land on 17 June 1999

Watch bank’s small print in court action
Successful defendant borrower may not get legal costs if they win
Updated 30 January 2015, originally published in The Land on 24 February 2000

That mortgage – you can’t bank on it
There are multiple events of default, not just non-payment of interest
Updated 7 January 2015, originally published in The Land on 6 April 2000

Stand up to bank mortgage demands
The "acceleration clause" in a mortgage, default, foreclosure, possession, payment of arrears
(non-consumer)  demand repayment of whole principal
Updated 6 April 2015, first published The Land paper on 1 June 2000, currently published The Land Farm Online

Know your weeds or face fine
Noxious weeds, conviction, absentee landlords liable to risk Court
Updated 1 February 2015, originally published in The Land on 22 Feb ruary 2001

Wives can ‘walk away’ from debt
Wives can escape mortgage guarantee, Garcia v. NAB, Yerkey v. Jones
The Land 22/07/99

A case about a commercial lease

The 'Covenant to pay rent' in a 'commercial lease' is strict, 'notice of termination', relief against forfeiture Reid v Hipkiss [2001] NSWSC 986

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Byron Bay: +61 2 66855004

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