sounds like you could use some tax advice/
The trustee can allow it and it won't be a breach of trust if the deed permits. The trustee could contract with the other party.
Sounds about right, but don't forget to split and avoid borrowed funds taking a detour and mixing etc.
It might or might not.
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That is a very broad question
Traditionally capital gains were not taxed as they are not 'income' but in 1985 they were made into income by...
A JV is not an legal person or even a tax entity so could not pay a caveat.
A JV is 2 or more persons/companies working together on a specific...
would you consider say 14 days?
That is rather long for any state!
You should seek legal advice about withdrawing your offer - there is no contract until the offer is accepted and no enforceable contract unless it...
1. if NSW land see Transfer severing a joint tenancy - Registrar General's Guidelines
you will need the mortgagee's permission
2, 3, 4. This will...
Tax law looks at the use to which borrowed funds are put.
Did you seek legal advice? For ownership structuring I would see a lawyer as there is more to it than commonwealth taxes.
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Ideally you want to pay for the investment by directly transferring from the loan.
You can park in the offset account and pay from there but...
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