Julia practices as a property lawyer, acting on behalf of clients in relation to a range of property transactions.

Julia Thermos’ work includes residential and commercial acquisitions, disposals, property development, subdivisions, mortgages, complex Duties Act compliance requirements and leasing matters.

She has extensive experience in residential and mixed use off the plan developments, assisting clients from the initial acquisition through to sales, subdivision and settlement together with any ancillary commercial issues which may arise such as stamp duty and land tax.

Julia brings a positive and enthusiastic approach to her work and prides herself on providing all clients with an excellent level of service.

Outside of the office, Julia enjoys travelling, wine and shopping.

Strive not to be a success, but rather to be of value
- Albert Einstein

Qualifications & Industry Memberships

  • Bachelor of Laws/Arts, Monash University, 2011
  • Member of Law Institute of Victoria

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Property & Development / Developments

Co-ownership of property, what could go wrong?

This can be a very exciting time and you can easily get caught up in the celebrations of settlement without a second...
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Property & Development / Developments / Real Estate Agents

Bushfire Beware!

Recently new Bushfire Management Overlay (“BMO”) mapping and schedules have been introduced to reduce the threat...
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Property & Development / Real Estate Agents / Developments

Foreign Purchasers Take Note! Absentee Owner Surcharge

You are required to notify the State Revenue Office by 15 January the year after you become an absentee owner Once you...
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Developments / Property & Development

Don’t Sign Before your Contract Review!

We highly recommend that all purchasers obtain legal advice prior to executing a Contract of Sale to ensure that the...
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Property & Development

Don’t forget your final inspection!

General Condition 22 of the Contract of Sale provides that the purchaser or another person authorised by the purchaser...
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Property & Development

Tips on “cooling off”

If a Purchaser terminates a Contract of Sale in accordance with section 31 of the Sale of Land Act, the Purchaser will...
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Property & Development / Developments

Purchasing “off the plan”.

There is often a significant saving on stamp duty, where you only pay a fraction of the full stamp duty otherwise...
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Property & Development / Developments

Nominations: Are you at risk of attracting double stamp duty?

In some circumstances, a nomination will be assessed by the State Revenue Office as a separate transaction which will...
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