How long does it take to remove a caveat in Victoria?

How long does it take to remove a caveat in Victoria? The length of time required to remove a caveat in Victoria will depend on the option taken to remove it. This in turn depends on whether or not you urgently need to remove a caveat from your property. In general, non-urgent removal takes [...]

How long does it take to remove a caveat in Victoria?2024-02-14T11:19:52+00:00

How do I remove a Caveat in Victoria?

How do I remove a Caveat in Victoria? Whether you’ve already sold your property or are about to do so, we highly advise you check for the existence of any caveats. Following the discovery of such, we recommend you engage a caveat removal lawyer as soon as possible. The presence of any caveat can [...]

How do I remove a Caveat in Victoria?2024-02-14T11:16:04+00:00

Can a Property Be Sold if it has a Caveat on it?

Can a Property be Sold if it has a Caveat on it? The short answer here is 'no', in most circumstances a property cannot be sold if a caveat is in place. Many people refer to a caveat as an 'encumbrance'. This is because it has been registered over the title to a property [...]

Can a Property Be Sold if it has a Caveat on it?2022-06-09T14:44:59+00:00

Your Caveat Removal Questions Answered

Your Caveat Removal Questions AnsweredWe are pleased to announce the launch of a new Resources Section at our Caveat Removal Victoria website.Topics covered include: What is a caveat?Can a property be sold if it has a caveat on it?How to remove a caveat on a property in Victoria.How long does it take to remove a [...]

Your Caveat Removal Questions Answered2021-11-12T13:12:10+00:00

Deal with Family Law Court matters without travelling to Melbourne

Would you like to have your family law Court matter dealt with locally without the need to travel to Melbourne?The Federal Circuit Court of Australia (FCC) is committed to providing equal access to justice to all Australians regardless of their geographic location. For this reason, judges regularly travel to various regional locations to hear matters [...]

Deal with Family Law Court matters without travelling to Melbourne2020-11-24T10:55:37+00:00

COVID-19 Wills and Estate Planning: Thinking of making or updating your Will, Powers of Attorney or Guardianship?

The SMR Legal team is here to assist you with COVID-19 Wills and Estate Planning During these unprecedented times, it is natural to think about what may happen if we or someone we love was to fall ill, become incapacitated or pass away. Many current and potential clients have reached out to us expressing their [...]

COVID-19 Wills and Estate Planning: Thinking of making or updating your Will, Powers of Attorney or Guardianship?2023-05-09T09:56:31+00:00

Caveat Removal – Announcing SMR Legal’s New Service!

Caveat Removal VictoriaSMR Legal is pleased to announce that we are now offering a new service - Caveat Removal and Withdrawal.For more information please contact Alex Sheed-Finck or Nicole Demase and fill out the form located at caveatremoval.com.au to get the process started.Caveat Removal Victoria can assist with both urgent and non-urgent removal of a [...]

Caveat Removal – Announcing SMR Legal’s New Service!2023-05-09T10:03:36+00:00

Overarching Obligations under the Civil Procedure Act 2010 (Vic)

When you become embroiled in a civil dispute that results in litigation it can be easy to get consumed by a desire to ‘win’, rather than to resolve the dispute as quickly and efficiently as possible. A recent case decided in the Victorian Court of Appeal, Yara Australia Pty Ltd v Oswal [2013] VSCA 337 [...]

Overarching Obligations under the Civil Procedure Act 2010 (Vic)2023-05-09T10:05:26+00:00

Debt Troubles

Are you constantly being contacted by debt collectors? Have your debts become unmanageable? If so, the worst thing you can do is put your head in the sand. There are a number of resources available to assist people who are having trouble with unmanageable debt. In Victoria, organisations that can assist include: Money Help on [...]

Debt Troubles2023-05-09T10:06:10+00:00

Divorce Information

Divorce Information - Do-It-Yourself-Divorce-Kits It is possible to apply for a divorce without a lawyer. The Family Law Courts website at www.familylawcourts.gov.au provides a Do-It-Yourself-Kit, which provides divorce information and sets out the steps required for applying for and obtaining a divorce and the Application for Divorce Form. The Application for Divorce document is quite [...]

Divorce Information2023-05-09T10:07:01+00:00