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Chambers Russell Lawyers is a commercial law firm with key practice areas in commercial, construction, insurance, litigation, and strata and community title law. Acting for all stakeholders across these practice areas, our legal solutions are designed with insight into the aims and considerations of all of the participants in any matter. This is where Chambers Russell Lawyers has the edge. Tackling the most challenging of legal matters for our clients, our focus is always on providing commercial, cost-effective and strategic legal advice and services.
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  • Lot owner derivative actions In Tan v The Owners - Strata Plan No 22014 (No 2) [2015] the Supreme Court opened the door to lot owners taking derivative actions on behalf of owners corporations. In this case note we analyse the reasoning of the Court that entitled the lot owner in that case to take such action and be indemnified for their costs in doing so. Published by Daniel Russell and Katherine Flynn on June 1, 2016 Read more
  • Beneficiaries of policies issued under the Home Building Compensation Fund In the case of Gardez Nominees Pty Ltd v NSW Self Insurance Corporation [2016] the Supreme Court made determinations as to whether the plaintiff mortgagee in that matter was a beneficiary of a policy of insurance issued under to the Home Building Compensation Fund. The decision potentially has wide ranging implications given the interpretation given to a number of key provisions in the Home Building Act 1989. Published by Daniel Russell and Thomas Waugh on June 1, 2016 Read more
  • Recent developments in strata defect litigation: Strata Plan 74602 v Brookfield Australia [2015] NSWSC 1916 The Owners - Strata Plan 74602 v Brookfield Australia Investments Limited [2015] NSWSC 1916 illustrates a number of the evidentiary and legal challenges faced by owners corporations in heavily contested Supreme Court defect litigation. In his decision, His Honour Justice Stevenson provides further guidance from the Supreme Court with respect to the statutory and case law landscape in residential building defect litigation. Published by Daniel Russell and Haz Zainal-Grote on March 31, 2016 Read more
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