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Property Law

We assist clients with all transactional and dispute resolution aspects of property law.

For example, we will:

  • assist our clients with purchasing or selling vacant land, residential or commercial property
  • register plans for sealing with the Land Titles Office
  • register easements with the Land Titles Office
  • register caveats with the Land Titles Office
  • prepare:
    • off-the-plan contracts
    • contracts for sale of land with special conditions
    • joint venture or partnership development agreements
    • vendor finance agreements
  • review and advise upon bank guarantee and indemnity documents
  • advise our clients about:
    • building contracts and other agreements relating to land
    • their rights under the Property Law Act 1974 (Qld), the Land Title Act 1994 (Qld) and other legislation
  • assist our clients to remove caveats
  • assist our clients with boundary, dividing fences, retaining walls and encroachments disputes

If you require legal advice, assistance or representation in these areas, or would like to arrange an initial consultation with us, kindly contact us on 07 3088 7937 or email us at admin@adviilaw.com.au.

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