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Commercial and Property Law

Commercial and Property Law

 

Property and Development

We have expertise in a range of property and development related matters, ranging from the routine to the complex.

We work with clients in health, aged care and retirement living, as well as a variety of other sectors and industries.

We can assist with:

  • Sale and purchase of land - including drafting, review and negotiation of sale contracts and special conditions;
  • Leases – drafting, review and negotiation (including commercial, medical, health and retail);
  • Leasing issues between lessors and lessees such as rent review arrangements, outgoings, signage, parking and access rights; and briefing of expert valuers;
  • Land subdivision documentation and agreements;
  • Restrictive covenants, easements, caveats, memorials and notifications on title;
  • Development management agreements;
  • Off-the-plan sales contracts;
  • Land tenure issues;
  • Acquisitions and sales – including heads of agreement and legal due diligence;
  • Strata titles and community titles;
  • Preparation of dealings for registration at Landgate; and
  • Town planning and local government issues including under the Planning and Development Act and Local Government Act; and objections to rates and land valuations.

 

Commercial Law

We work with businesses across a range of sectors and industries (including in health, aged care and retirement living), all of whom face a range of commercial law issues and regulatory obligations.

We can assist with:

  • Contracts, agreements, memorandums of understanding and other commercial documentation, including:
    • Consultancy agreements;
    • Service contracts;
    • Supply agreements;
    • Trading terms; and
    • Tender preparation and evaluation;
  • Business and asset sales;
  • Joint venture arrangements and partnership agreements;
  • Directors’ duties, governance, risk, and Company Secretarial support; and
  • Compliance and regulatory matters, including in relation to the Associations Incorporation Act, Corporations Act, freedom of information, privacy and data security, and the Australian Consumer Law.