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Property: Real Estate and Contracts Post COVID-19

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At our Wednesdays With Redchip webinar in June, our Property experts highlighted the important issues surrounding real estate and contracts post COVID-19

 

See below the presentation slides from the webinar or download them here.


 

2020 has been a turbulent ride for individuals and businesses alike, presenting many challenges and opportunities for the property industry.

Director, Rob Lalor and Associate, Rhennen Ford presented insights into what Redchip is seeing in this space, and walked through some relevant case studies.

Topics covered:

  • Lease arrangements and deals,
  • Foreign Investment Review Board changes and costs for foreign persons; and
  • Other taxes – and the concessions that may be available.

Redchip’s review of Mandatory Commercial & Retail Tenancies Code: COVID-19 rent relief principles can be accessed here.

Wednesdays With Redchip are held on the third Wednesday of each month.

Our next webinar will be held on Wednesday 15 July – Managing business transactions during COVID-19Click here to register.

Please get in touch with our team if you have any follow up questions to the content provided

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