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Where are we in Launceston?Posted on 31 August 2014

We are located in the Branch Office building at 45 Cameron Street, Launceston, Tasmania. This historic building was designed and built by Peter Mills. Mr Mills was one of Tasmania’s most...

The Lawyer's Role in Deceased EstatesPosted on 23 August 2014

When someone dies, their assets are called their 'estate'. Lawyers play an important role in ensuring that their estate is distributed in accordance with their Will, assuming that they made one. ...

First Home Builders Boost UpdatePosted on 19 August 2014

Recent changes to the First Home Builders Boost have been announced by the Tasmanian Government. The First Home Builders Boost grant will continue at a reduced rate of $20,000 from 1 July 2015...

Powers of Attorney - Frequently Asked QuestionsPosted on 17 August 2014

What is a Power of Attorney? A Power of Attorney is a document authorising someone to represent or act on behalf of another person in business and financial matters. The powers granted...

Conveyancing Tasmania - Frequently Asked QuestionsPosted on 9 August 2014

What is Conveyancing? Conveyancing is the process involved in the transfer of the legal title to real estate between two parties. Usually, your conveyance will start from the time you enter into your...

Getting PaidPosted on 2 August 2014

Outstanding accounts can be a big headache for many businesses. Based on our experience, employing the following simple strategies may help reduce your bad debts. 1. Know your...

Wills - Frequently Asked QuestionsPosted on 27 July 2014

What is a Will? A Will is a legal document that sets out how a person would like their assets to be dealt with when they die. Who can make a Will? Any person over 18 who is of sound mind can...

Powers of Attorney ExplainedPosted on 19 July 2014

A Power of Attorney is a document authorising someone to represent or act on behalf of another person in business and financial matters. The powers granted under a Power of Attorney can...

Contract Basics - Part 1Posted on 10 July 2014

Contract Basics – Part 1 In today’s world it is hard to avoid contracts. In a number of common situations they are presented to us for signing, whether you are upgrading your mobile...

When does the Tasmanian Retail Code apply?Posted on 4 July 2014

The first step when leasing a commercial property should be to determine whether or not the Fair Trading (Code of Practice for Retail Tenancies) Regulations 1998 (Code) will apply to the lease....

First Home Owner Grant Changes from 1 July 2014Posted on 28 June 2014

From 1 July 2014, contracts for the purchase of established properties signed on or after 1 July 2014 will not be eligible for the $7,000 Tasmanian First Home Owner Grant. First home owners who have...

Making a Will in TasmaniaPosted on 31 May 2014

A Will is a document that sets out how any property that you own is to be distributed after your death. If you die without having made a valid Will the administration of your estate may be complex,...

Stamp Duty ExplainedPosted on 20 May 2014

When purchasing real estate, in addition to professional fees and disbursements, a purchaser must pay the state government tax commonly known as stamp duty. Stamp duty is state based with no two...

Costs associated with ConveyancingPosted on 20 May 2014

The amount you pay for professional services for us acting on your behalf in your conveyancing transaction will vary depending on the complexity of your transaction. We consider our costs to...

Conveyancing with Cormiston Legal, LauncestonPosted on 20 May 2014

Buying or selling property can be a stressful time as it involves having to make important decisions, often with a significant financial commitment.Launceston's Cormiston Legal...

The Meaning of ConveyancingPosted on 20 May 2014

What is Conveyancing?  Conveyancing is the process of transferring the legal ownership of real estate from one person to another. Some of the tasks involved in Conveyancing are as follows: ...

General Commercial AdvicePosted on 6 May 2014

Cormiston Legal provides clear and precise advice on a wide range of general commercial matters for small to medium businesses, industry associations and a range of government and local government...

LeasingPosted on 6 May 2014

A lease is a legal interest in land which is inferior to ownership but which nevertheless entitles the person who holds the lease (commonly referred to as either the lessee or tenant) to exclusive...

Business Sales and PurchasesPosted on 24 April 2014

Buying or selling your business is a complex process. There are numerous issues relating to property matters (leasehold or freehold issues), assets (plant & equipment), liabilities, stock,...

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