Leasing

Our leasing lawyers provide solutions across a range of areas
including retail, office, commercial, industrial, rural and farmland leasing.

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Our leasing lawyers act for both landlords and tenants across a range of retail, office, commercial,
industrial rural and farmland leasing matters.

How we help you

Getting legal advice early in your leasing transaction is essential.

We offer a range of leasing services and work with clients to help them protect their rights and interests:

Our leasing lawyers prepare, review, and negotiate all retail leasing documents including heads of agreement, offer to lease and lease documents.
Our leasing lawyers prepare, review, and negotiate all office leasing documents including heads of agreement, offer to lease and lease documents.
Our leasing lawyers prepare, review, and negotiate all commercial leasing documents including heads of agreement, offer to lease and lease documents.
Our leasing lawyers prepare, review, and negotiate all industrial leasing documents including heads of agreement, offer to lease and lease documents.
Our leasing lawyers prepare, review, and negotiate all rural and farmland leasing documents including heads of agreement, offer to lease and lease documents.
Our leasing lawyers prepare, review, and negotiate all sub-lease, licenses, extension, variation, assignment and surrender of lease documents.

Features of this expertise

Our business clients understand how essential it is to get fast advice and save every dollar they can when it comes to legal costs. Our leasing lawyers listen carefully to our clients and provide:

  • clear timelines for completion of work
  • consistent communication regarding the progress of matters
  • a fixed fee approach to most property matters

FAQ’s

You can register a lease at Landgate when the term of the lease is greater than three years (excluding any options to extend the lease).
Any person or corporate body capable of taking a registered inters in land, a mortgage, a lease or a charge may lodge a caveat.
It is everything on a strata plan that is not part of a lot and is owned by each strata lot owner in proportion to their unit entitlement.

It means you and the other owners of the property own the property jointly with no specific shares. If one owner dies, the other owner/s automatically acquire that person’s interest. The property cannot be sold without all owners agreeing to it.

Each owner has a defined share of the property as opposed to joint tenancy where the whole property is owned together. Each owner can transfer their defined share to another person without needing the permission of the other owner/s.

Recent Testimonials

Right from first contact, Gulshan was very professional and gave detailed explanation for his methodology/approach to all Property Law matters. This provided me comfort immediately that we were engaged with the right Legal Advisor.
Patrick
Leasing Executive

We provide
a clear picture about costs from the outset of your matter

We know our clients are cost conscious. We are strong believers in providing upfront, clear and detailed cost estimates for our clients. We provide a number of fixed fee services, and can discuss them with you at your initial free consultation.

Liability limited by a scheme approved under Professional Standards Legislation.

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