Whether you're buying or selling, our Exceptional Conveyancing & Property Law Team will carefully guide you through the property minefield and look after you in five very special ways:
We’ll keep you informed every step of the way, explaining things clearly in plain English...
We’ll return your phone calls by the end of the day at the latest...
Your transaction will be dealt with promptly. We don’t cut corners and you’ll have no nagging worries, because every aspect of your matter will be looked after properly...
We guarantee you’ll receive the highest standard of service. If we let you down in any way we’ll fix the problem promptly at our cost. If you’re not absolutely delighted with our service, we’ll refund to you every cent of our fees...
We’ve looked after over 26,500 people just like you since 1969...so you know you’ll be in the right hands!
Partner & Conveyancing Lawyer Accredited Property Law Specialist
Our Exceptional Conveyancing Team members are pleasant, accessible and experienced. They will provide you with exceptional service and possess expertise in:
Dealing with all types of Title, including Torrens, Old System, Qualified, Strata and Community.
Acting for buyers and sellers of residential and commercial property, including drafting and advising on contracts.
Acting for lenders and borrowers in respect of residential mortgage transactions and commercial loan transactions.
Acting for land developers in respect of subdivisions in relation to land under Torrens Title, Strata and Community Title (including drafting and registering Section 88B instruments creating easements, rights of way, Restrictions as to User, etc).
Creating Easements by way of Transfer
Acting for individuals in respect of resumptions of property by Councils and the Roads & Maritime Services (Road Traffic Authority - RTA)
Advising people who are considering going into a Retirement Village or Nursing Home (including advising them about Deeds of Licence and other "retirement living" documentation).
We have for a long time specialised in Conveyancing and Property Law and have acted for thousands of individuals. We have also acted for large and small developers, Banks and other financial institutions.
"Thank you very much for the smooth settlement of our property at Charlestown. We are very happy with our purchase and the professional and friendly manner in which you conducted it. A special thanks to John Teague for his assistance in the final settlement of the rates situation. I am certain we would not have received what was fairly ours without your advice and assistance - it was greatly appreciated. I look forward to contacting you and your firm in the future." M & J Booth
"I am just writing to express my gratitude towards your property law team who handled both the sale and the mortgage of my property. They were exceptional in helping me come to completion, and no amount of help was too much to ask. They took it upon themselves to ask the mortgagee for an urgent settlement, and for this I am extremely grateful. I thank your team again for all their help." Joanne Doueihi
"Thank you so much for all your care and attention to detail with our house sale and everything that has entailed. You have contributed hugely to peace-of-mind and a firm sense of security, and we are very, very grateful." Geoff and Libby Cutfield
At long last some much needed clarity around the meaning of "casual employment".
During my 22 years working in the law, employers have always been at risk of an employee, whom they had engaged and paid as a casual, maintaining at some later time that they were actually a permanent employee under the common law...and therefore...
Changes to the Law
Some important changes to the Swimming Pools Act 1992 have recently come into effect. The changes introduce new pool safety compliance laws and mean that pool owners are now responsible for ensuring their pool complies and is registered with the State Government.
The new laws apply to owners of:
Many Australians operate businesses or hold assets in family discretionary trusts. The trustees of the trust can be individuals or a company. If the trustee is a company, its directors are often the primary beneficiaries of the trust.
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When a couple with children separates, they need to put in place an arrangement for their children’s ongoing care and maintenance.
Arrangements can be by agreement or pursuant to a court order.
Most people do agree. Generally they do so without the help of a third party. Sometimes the couple goes to mediation and reaches an...
On Friday 12 April 2013, the Federal Magistrates Court of Australia changed its name to the Federal Circuit Court of Australia. As a consequence Federal Magistrates will now be referred to as Judges.
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