Tiphanie is a barrister who appears and advises in real property, planning and general commercial matters. She has a special interest in disputes relating to owners corporations in Victoria. She was admitted to practice as an Australian Lawyer in 2008, and signed the Bar Roll in 2011.
Tiphanie was previously Associate to the Chief Justice of Victoria, the Hon Marilyn Warren AC, and Associate to the Hon Justice Judd of the Commercial Court in the Supreme Court of Victoria. She has also worked in government, at Commonwealth, State and local levels, and in the private sector.
She holds a Bachelor of Laws with first class honours, and a Bachelor of Science, majoring in Geography and Environmental Studies, and a Master of Laws.
Her court and tribunal appearances include:
Dunn v Owners Corporation 446158A  VCAT 1893
For the Owners Corporation in a dispute over waterproofing to the terrace of a lot.
Jackson and ors v OC PS5119437 and ors  VCAT 1537
For the successful applicant lot owners seeking to uphold their leases over common property car spaces and courtyards.
J & G Knowles & Associates Pty Ltd v Owners Corporation RP12247  VCAT 98
An application under s34D Subdivision Act 1988 for a unanimous decision of the Owners Corporation to transfer common property for the purposes of an aged care development.
Gray v Domain Park Ltd (2014, Victorian Civil and Administrative Tribunal)
For the respondent in one of the first applications to be heard by VCAT under the Company Titles (Home Units) Act 2013. The matter resolved part-heard.
Blue Scope Pty Ltd v Farnan and ors  VSC 125
Application under s84 Property Law Act 1958 regarding enforcement and interpretation of a restrictive covenant.
Culell v Northern Grampians SC  VCAT 306
Resisting an application to amend a planning permit to allow a zoo to keep additional animal species.
Ellis Road Investments v Stonnington CC  VCAT 1484
An application for a planning permit to construct a three-storey, multi-dwelling development.
Further information is available on Tiphanie’s Greens List profile.
Liability limited by a scheme approved under Professional Standards Legislation.