Property law is one of our areas of expertise. Please contact us if you have any questions regarding:
Buying and Selling Real Estate, either for home or investment, is a serious matter. Mistakes can be costly.No matter what the media tell you, conveyancing is best left in the hands of the trained professional – Property Lawyer. At P&B Law all conveyancing matters are carried out by properly qualified Property Lawyers.
Please contact us to get professional advice if you have any questions regarding property conveyancing.
Real Estate Developers make up a large part of our property practice clients. As a result, we assist with every aspect of property development ranging from structuring the purchase of the property, negotiating the contract to structuring the financing of the purchase. We also deal with planning issues, negotiating building contracts, liaising with surveyors, advising on subdivision issues and body corporate rules, preparing simple English sale contracts and assisting in marketing the property. At P&B Law we can guide you through the process and assist you with all aspects of the development including:
Please contact us to get professional advice if you have any questions regarding property development.
A Lease is a document in which a Lessee (or Tenant) is given a right to exclusive possession of land in return for rent and other promises given to the Lessor (or landlord). A poorly drawn lease may leave you no alternative other than to make a cumbersome common law “demand” for return of your premises and/or circumvent your rights to claim future losses after you have retaken possession.
Please contact us to get professional advice if you have any questions regarding commercial leasing.
Property settlement is the legal process that occurs when ownership passes from the seller of the house to you. This process can be facilitated by legal and financial representatives. Both parties in this transaction should have their own Property Settlement Lawyers to guide them through this legal process. With a knowledgeable and experienced legal expert by your side, you can safeguard yourself during this legal process. Our experienced Property Settlement Lawyers can carefully review all legal aspects of your property transaction and make sure your best interests are taken care of.
Please contact us to get professional advice if you have any questions regarding property settlement.
Be careful when you choose to purchase an off-the-plan property. There can be many risks involved in buying a property that hasn’t been finished yet. Property market values could plummet during the time your house is being built. This can lead to you paying more for a house that’s worth considerably less by the time the settlement date arrives. There can also be issues with obtaining finance. When a building completion date is delayed, this can cause issues with your loan being approved. To protect your purchase, get in touch with our Property Lawyers. They can review all the special conditions of the building contract and explain any parts that may sound confusing or misleading to you.
Please contact us to get professional advice if you have any questions regarding buying off-the-plan.