Slater & Gordon offers an extensive range of property transaction services to residential and commercial developers including:
- Property purchase and conveyancing
- Property sales and development
- Leasing and licensing agreements
A good conveyancing lawyer is not only necessary but makes good commercial sense. Long before the ink is signed on the contract, Slater & Gordon will ensure that your best interests are looked after at every step of the buying process.
Whether bricks and mortar or off-the-plan, we’ll cover off on all the issues associated with the purchase or sale, from searches and inspections to due diligence and preparing sales documents.
We’ll also assist with negotiations and special conditions of sale and make sure that you’re not contractually bound to unfavourable terms and conditions.
Slater & Gordon has extensive experience working on behalf of property developers, investors and managers. From industrial property to residential subdivision, we’ll take care of every step of your development project, from concept to completion.
We can advise you on joint ventures and development agreements, land subdivision, zoning and town planning regulations and legislation, liaise with planning authorities, councils and surveyors, lodge development applications and appeal decisions, oversee environmental due diligence, apply for operational permits and prepare the complete range of sales documents.
Leasing and licensing
A commercial or retail tenancy agreement is a legally binding contract and a significant business decision. Let Slater & Gordon take care of the necessary detail to ensure that the terms and conditions you are about to sign not only meet your legal obligations but are also tailored to meet your particular business objectives.
Slater & Gordon advises both landlords and tenants on all aspects of commercial, retail and industrial leasing and licensing, small or large, from multiple tenancies to stand-alone franchise.
We can draft lease and licensing agreements and prepare disclosure statements on your behalf, advise on tenancy negotiations, mediation, dispute resolution and, where necessary, initiate litigation.