Property law governs various forms of ownership and tenancy in real property and in personal property. It specifies, amongst others, the requirements which must be met before real estate can be sold, leased or otherwise dealt with, as well as the responsibilities and liabilities imposed on people who own land.
Conveyancing refers to the transfer of legal title of property from one person to another, as well as granting of an encumbrance such as a mortgage or lien. If you are in need of services from a reliable and competent conveyancer in Melbourne and Sydney, our team will be happy to help.
Property development has complex legal regulations. Our team of solicitors are on your side to help you navigate these complexities so that you remain compliant and profitable in your business.
Development involves planning systems that are compliant with the various aspects of the law, such as environmentally and culturally.
If the court proceedings are successful, the court will then issue a decree that allows an enforcement action to be taken in order to get the due payment and to recover the debt.
Trusts are legal agreements where a person (trustee) holds and manages property for the benefit of others in the agreement (beneficiaries).
Legal security will be put in place to in order to allow the payment dispute to be decided. We will help you prepare your claim, making sure that your documents and evidence are well-presented.
The Personal Property Securities Register (PPSR) is an a national online register that allows security interests in personal property to be registered and searched in accordance with the New Zealand Personal Property Securities Act 1999 and the Australian Personal Property Securities Act 2009.