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    Conveyancing & Real Estate Law

    In simple terms, conveyancing refers to the legal process of transferring ownership of a property from one person or entity to anotherThis process generally consists of three stages: pre-contract, pre-completion, and post-completionA conveyancer is a licensed professional who specializes in providing advice and information about the sale of a propertyThey oversee and manage the transaction of the sale of a property from a seller to a buyer and manage the preparation of any legal documents needed for the transaction.

    When you own, manage, or sell a commercial property, there can be complicated legal issues that require expert assistance. For larger commercial properties, you need lawyers who understand both the legal aspects and the broader commercial and economic considerations. Our team is equipped with the necessary technology to handle transactions and interact with government agencies effectively.

    Our property lawyers have extensive experience in acquiring and selling commercial properties, negotiating leases, obtaining development approvals, and dealing with construction contracts and ownership structures. We are well-informed about the industry and work closely with national law firms in the Australian Capital Territory (ACT) regarding property and construction matters. We are familiar with the intricate relationship between federal and territory laws in the ACT and have direct communication channels with relevant government officials.

    On a national level, our property lawyers have dealt with various significant projects such as town center redevelopments, joint public-private ventures, acquisitions, and sales of government-owned assets, industrial property sales, environmental and heritage issues, aged care facility developments, and utility corridors. We also have expertise in trust fund property ownership, contract rights for solar energy facilities, and the acquisition and operation of fuel depots.

    Our specialized commercial property lawyers are highly regarded and have experience representing all parties involved in major property transactions. We understand that each commercial property is unique and approach deals with a commercial mindset. Our responsibility is to provide concise assessments and clear advice to our clients, guiding them in the right direction.