Tennyson Reach


Blooded buyer bounces: Tennyson Reach hero rises from mud to vanquish mighty Mirvac

In what may be the final chapter of the “Tales of Tennyson Reach”, disappointed luxury apartment buyer and erstwhile villain


Luxury apartment uninhabitable: beaten buyer retorts with flood damage recision

As predicted, a disputed flood damage contract termination where a buyer alleges the property is uninhabitable, is already before the Supreme Court. None other than Maris Dunworth, the Tennyson Reach buyer


Agents’ sales training a factor in further Mirvac victory in off-the-plan termination attempt

A further chapter of the ‘Tales of Tennyson Reach’ was published in December, when the Supreme Court ruled on yet another buyer’s termination of an off-the-plan contract signed at the height of the real estate market in June 2007.


Mirvac loses Tennyson Reach apartment sale on disclosure statement family security slip-up

In a decision that went against its impressive run of recent wins, Mirvac failed last week to successfully appeal a termination of a 2007 off-the-plan apartment sale in its Tennyson Reach development.


“Filtered” views through mangroves: Riverfront apartment sale terminations denied. Agents exonerated

Two attempts by buyers to crash their 2007 off-the-plan apartment purchases at Mirvac’s Tennyson Reach development were dashed


When does size matter? – 15% smaller balcony not enough for river-front apartment sale termination

The Supreme Court has ruled on a Tennyson Reach contract termination argument about balcony size and whether they measured up to contract terms.

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