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Changes to Queensland Property Law - effective from 1 December 2014

Tuesday, 18 November 2014

The Property Agents and Motor Dealers Act (PAMDA) will be replaced by the Property

Occupations Act on 1 December 2014. 

On that same date, changes will also be made to the Land Sales Act, Body
Corporate and Community Management Act and the Building Units & Group Titles Act.

Buyers, sellers, developers, agents and management rights operators will benefit
from the red tape reduction which should make property transactions less complicated.

If you are selling property, developing property, buying property or an agent
letting property you need to know how the changes affect you by obtaining clear
and relevant advice.

If you have any questions about the Property Occupations Act and the transition
from PAMDA, please contact Joe Welch, an Owner Partner of Hickey Lawyers who
practices in the areas of Property Development, Management Rights, Agency Law
and Body Corporate law.

Joe's contact details are:
Ph: 07 5574 1000

Please read further details about the changes here.

Hickey Lawyers also has a series of relevant documents for you to download below:

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