built environment insights, issue 5 | australia 01 Mar 2019 Restricting short stay letting in residential developments

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Developing a regime which strikes a balance between respecting a person's right to deal with their property, but also protects the legitimate interests of neighbours to avoid the problems associated with short-stay letting, is clearly not easy. Jason Cornwall-Jones, Partner

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