Our team has a great deal of experience handling a range of property law matters. Whether you need help with residential or commercial property, we can ensure your assets are properly protected.
We offer fixed fee pricing for all property deals under $2 million, so you know what to expect.
Whether it's your business or your home, legal advice will help you protect your assets.
We're experts in property law for both residential and commercial properties. You can rely on us.
A lease is a contract between the owner (lessor) and tenant (lessee). Sometimes, disputes can arise regarding this contract. Property is a complex branch of the law, so it's important to hire a professional to help you navigate any official documents.
Conveyancing is a part of the property buying and selling process. A lawyer who specialises in conveyancing law can protect their client's rights during a title transfer, and make sure all legal obligations are met.
When parties enter into a building and construction contract, disputes can arise due to unclear contracts and expectations. A property lawyer can help negotiate disputes and ensure your rights are protected.
From disputes about residential boundary lines to issues with building safety, a property lawyer can streamline the legal process and keep the dispute from becoming too expensive and time consuming.
We will help you will help you get the outcome you need for your property. We can answer your questions and give you expert advice.
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Generally speaking, you cannot claim conveyancing fees as a tax deduction. Make sure you get expert advice from an accountant to understand exactly which property and legal expenses can be claimed as tax deductions.
Conveyancing is the process of transferring ownership of a property from one party to another. The conveyancing process starts when you enter the contract of sale and ends on the settlement day, so the conveyancing period is the same as the settlement period. This is usually 1 to 4 months.
While commercial and retail leases typically follow a standard template, you can negotiate with the landlord on many of the details before you sign the lease.
Things like the rental amount are negotiable, as well as various other clauses and details you may need to protect your business interests. We can help you understand and negotiate your commercial or retail lease to ensure it suits your business.
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