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Property Disputes Between Landlords and Tenants

Property disputes commonly arise between landlords and tenants in the residential, commercial, and retail properties. Different types of leases ...more

Off the Plan Property Disputes

An ‘off-the-plan’ property involves the purchase of a property that is planned to be built, but not yet built.  Disputes commonly arise in ...more

Neighbourhood Property Disputes

Nuisance Nuisance in relation to neighbourhood disputes refers to when there is an interference with the use and enjoyment of land.  For example, a ...more

Covenants and Easements

Covenants and Easements Covenants and easements are important parts of a property and influences the use of the property, by the owner or another ...more

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Put and Call Options

Put and Call Options Put and call options are agreements that allow people to purchase or sell property at some point in the future.  A property ...more

Transfer of property ownership between related parties

Transferring ownership of property between related parties can be a more cost effective and efficient method of transferring property. Who is a ...more

Buying residential property

Do I need a lawyer when buying a residential property? You should consider seeking the assistance of a property and conveyancing lawyer when you are ...more

Selling Residential Property

Do I need a lawyer when selling a residential property? If you are intending to sell a residential property you should consider having a property and ...more