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  • Airbnb

    6 March 2018

    Travellers and tourists looking for an alternative to hotels and motels at high season times when demand is great may be drawn to the online platform of Airbnb to rent a house or a room from private home owners.While there is an opportunity to earn extra income, an owner of property looking to rent out their property as an Airbnb should also consider the myriad of issues that may arise, which includes insurance, tax, and legal implications.InsuranceProperty owners should make ...

  • Leases and Licences over Common Property

    5 March 2018

    A body corporate can lease or licence all or part(s) of the common property to an owner, occupier, or third party for their personal use under section 56 of the Unit Titles Act 2010 (“UTA”). The lease or licence of common property may be granted for any number of purposes, the most common being car parking, storage, signage, or outdoor seating.The legal process for granting a lease or licence over the common property is set out in section 56 of ...

  • Evening out the playing field

    4 March 2018

    Most people aren’t all that interested in reading cases about trust law, but there are some valuable lessons to be learned from situations where things go wrong. Take for example the case of the Clement Family Trust. It clearly shows the difficulties that can arise when sibling beneficiaries cannot agree on how to give effect to the arrangements made by their parents for the protection of the wealth they strived to accumulate over their lifetimes.The facts are relatively straight forward. ...

  • How enforceable are those online “Ts & Cs” we all accept?

    3 March 2018

    We have all done it. You might be purchasing a product online or downloading software for your computer. You come to the end of your online purchase or download, and, without a second thought, you click a box to say you accept the terms and conditions (“Ts & Cs”) of the particular website without reading them first. But, just how enforceable are those Ts & Cs you just blindly accepted?Whenever you click “I accept” to a website’s Ts & Cs, ...

  • Sarah Davis Resigns from Glaister Ennor

    2 March 2018

    It is with regret that we announce Sarah Davis has resigned from Glaister Ennor on 28th February as she, and her family, take the exciting step of relocating to England where her husband is now part of the Ben Ainsley Racing Team.Sarah has been a significant member of our Glaister Ennor team and will be missed by staff and clients alike. She is a highly regarded lawyer in the corporate, commercial and health and safety areas.However partners, Mike Roberton and ...

  • Building Owners and Occupiers- Asbestos Management Obligations |Part 2

    16 February 2018

    This article is a follow on from the article by the same name in our Spring edition, in which we outlined the requirements of the Health and Safety at Work (Asbestos) Regulations 2016 (“Asbestos Regulations”) and specifically the obligations that come into force on 4 April 2018. A copy can be found here.To recap briefly, the Asbestos Regulations set out how to manage asbestos risks. Complying with the Asbestos Regulations is mandatory, and there are hefty penalties for failing to ...