2001 - Tribunal: Grant

Wisdom is better than weapons of war, but one sinner destroys much good.

Council will lose patience

Mr Casimatis informs Mr Voukelatos that the Council still requires him to undertake the rectification as soon as possible and that the Council will lose its patience with the Owner in not attending to it within a reasonable period of time.

20.04.01 Mr Casimatis to Mr Voukelatos JAB 1, 419 

“iii) As I understand it, the order from the Council has not been lifted. All that has happened is that the Council withdrew its’ requirement requiring you to rectify the wall within a specified short period of time. Council still requires you to undertake the rectification as soon as possible. The Council could turn around and say that from the time the order first issued you have had ample time to do the work and therefore you are in default of that order. Luke tough is more familiar with that aspect as Mr  has been liaising with Council.”

“(a) I suggest that we file and serve a cross claim in the Tribunal for unpaid rent and other monies owing from Grant- including security cost etc. Mr  could  you urgently advice me with precise figures (and breaking it up). In relation to expenses incurred such as security I will need copies of receipts/invoices to attach to an affidavit. Bear in mind I will need too file and serve by next Friday.

I am concerned about the wall as it may come to pass that the Council will lose its patience with you in not attending to it within a reasonable period of time – which you had.”

23.04.01 Casimatis to the Voukelatoses JAC 1-3 420-22

“Advanced building services Aust Pty Limited

TO: Our professional costs and incidental to work performed from 17 January 2001 to date including and not limited to:”

“30 March 2001; providing urgent advices at the time of taking possession. Informing police and attendances with Police in relation to taking of possession of the premises.”

“GST inclusive price and amount due to us: $6,659.54”

Applications for tenancy

The applications for tenancy are for dry cleaning and convenience stores possible usage.

23.04.01 L.J. Hooker KA 1-2, 435-6 

“Application for tenancy (Commercial)

Type of business: Dry-cleaning business”

26.04.01 L.J. Hooker KB 1, 437

“Application for tenancy (Commercial)

Type of business: Convenience store.”

30.04.01 Anan Titi to L.J. Hooker KC 1, 438

“Convenience store”

06.05.01, L.J. Hooker KD 1, 439

“Application for tenancy (Commercial)

Type of business: Convenience store.”

14.05.01 Mr Harb to Mr Ketas KE 1, 440

“Thank you for taking the time to show us the above mentioned premises.”

Tribunal: JG

In the hearing at the Administration Decision Tribunal, the Lessee’s Lawyer indicates that his client does not wish to proceed with the matter.

07.05.01 Grant-v-Voukelatos JAD 1-9, 423-31

1 In these proceeding, which were today set for a 2 day hearing, Mr Andrew McPherson appeared for the Applicant and Mr Davis of Middleton Moore and Bevans appeared for the Respondent.

2 Mr McPherson indicated this morning that his client did not wish to proceed with this matter, and of course that not come as a surprise, because, late on Friday afternoon, Mr McPherson forwarded a letter to the Tribunal indicating that his instructions had been withdrawn. He explained this morning that he had limited instructions to appear today, to withdraw the application.

16.05.01 Mr Casimatis to Mr Voukelatos JAE 1, 432 

Sending Jack threatening letters-well, we have already done so and I am not sure if he will react to any other letters.”

30.05.01 Casimatis to the Voukelatoses JAF 1-2, 433-4 

Lease 39 Glebe to Advanced Underpinning  

TO: Our professional costs of acting for you in this matter for the period 23 April 2001 to 7 may 2001 including:”

“GST inclusive price and amount due to us: $2,149.11”


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