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Streets of your town: Property proprietary claims on divorce in the global village - the Australian perspective

By Geoff Wilson / 25 October 2017
1 min.
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Worthwhile read for: Marriages and defacto relationships

Australia is a multi-cultural society that enjoys a good living standard, with an economy that has not been in recession for the past 27 years. As such, Australia presents a good opportunity for foreign investment. The value of real estate continues to rise across many of our capital cities particularly Sydney and Melbourne. There has been a wave of foreign investment in Australian residential, development and commercial property by individuals and their related entities. But what happens to those individuals and their properties during a divorce?

This paper, presented by Partner, Geoff Wilson, at the Annual Conference of the International Bar Association, Sydney 8 - 13 October 2017 discusses the property proprietary claims individuals will experience during divorce, and provides an Australian legal perspective in the global village marketplace.

25 October 2017
Authors
Geoff Wilson
Partner
Geoff is a Partner and co-manages our Family and Relationship Law practice. He is also a lead Partner of our HG Private practice.

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