Leading Property Lawyers in Melbourne

In the thriving Melbourne property market, whether you're buying, selling, or investing, the importance of having proficient legal counsel can't be overstated. As your trusted team of property lawyers, we specialise in navigating the multifaceted landscape of property law, helping to protect your investments, optimise your returns, and mitigate any potential legal risks.

Our Property Law Practice Areas

Property Settlement

Property settlement is the legal process that occurs when ownership passes from the seller of the property to the buyer. Both parties should have their own property settlement lawyers to guide them. Our experienced team can carefully review all legal aspects of your property transaction and make sure your best interests are taken care of.

Property Development

At P&B Law, we support every aspect of property development, from structuring the property purchase to negotiating the contract and financing the purchase. We also deal with planning, negotiating building contracts, liaising with surveyors, advising on subdivision and body corporate rules, preparing sale contracts, and assisting in marketing the property.

Property Conveyancing

Buying and selling real estate for your home or investments is a serious business. Given the value of property and its significance in a person’s life, conveyancing is best left in the hands of trained professionals. Our team of property lawyers use the latest systems to ensure your conveyancing is carried out correctly—the first time.

Commercial Leases

Our legal experts can guide you through the intricacies of commercial leases, ensuring all parties' rights are protected and everyone is aware of their obligations within the terms of the agreement. From negotiating terms to resolving disputes, our property lawyers will work with you to safeguard your commercial interests.

Buying Or Investing In Property

Whether you’re a buyer, investor, or developer, P&B Law provides comprehensive support in acquiring residential, commercial, or industrial properties and vacant land. Our meticulous approach ensures each transaction is precise and adherent to all legal standards. Our services also cover buying off the plan and managing the risks involved. Explore our Property Buying Guide for general advice and information.

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Selling Property

When selling residential or commercial properties, the proficiency and insight offered by P&B Law will enable a smooth, legally sound process, ensuring the best outcomes for our clients. We offer advice and services to help you navigate leasing, tax, zoning, or land title considerations or selling off the plan. Check out our Property Selling Guide for more about what you need to consider when selling your property.

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Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)

Our expert lawyers are here to answer all your legal questions about business and property law. If you can’t find the answers you’re looking for below, contact the team today.

Property lawyers specialise in real estate law. They deal with any issues surrounding property transactions, leases, and disputes, and they help negotiate and draft contracts. They play an important role in ensuring legal compliance.

Conveyancing is the legal process of transferring property ownership from one person to another. During this process, a property lawyer assists with the preparation of legal documents, property settlement, and ensuring all legal obligations are met during the transaction.

Yes, property lawyers are essential in commercial property transactions. They support property purchase, sale, lease, and development. They can also help draft and review contracts, negotiate the terms of the contracts, and represent clients in any disputes or legal proceedings.

While it’s not mandatory, hiring a property lawyer when you’re buying a house is highly recommended. Your lawyer will help you navigate the legal complexities of property transactions, ensuring the contract is fair and compliant and addressing any potential legal issues that may arise during the process.

Buying property off the plan can be risky due to uncertainties like construction delays or changes in market value. But it can also offer benefits like potential tax advantages. A property lawyer in Melbourne can help manage the risks by reviewing and explaining the contract terms, ensuring that your rights are protected, and helping you navigate the legal requirements involved.