Property Law Solicitors on the Gold Coast
OMB Solicitor’s experienced Property Law Team are on hand to assist with all your property law matter.
Our Property Law Team is headed by Simon Bennett who is a Queensland Law Society Accredited Specialist in Property Law. Backed by an experienced Team, OMB Solicitors has the ability to provide effective and timely advice in all aspects of your property transaction.
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Conveyancing is the transference of “the legal title of property from one entity to another.”
Put in simpler terms, it is the process of buying and selling real estate – usually, but not always in the form of residential property. When making an investment of this magnitude, it is essential to consult a qualified lawyer to ensure you are not being taken advantage of in any way.
BUYING A RESIDENTIAL PROPERTY IN QUEENSLAND
Whether you are buying a residential property for the first time or you’ve done it before, there is always a lot to consider before spending your hard-earned money.
Some of the most fundamental financial matters that must be taken into account are….
SELLING A RESIDENTIAL PROPERTY IN QUEENSLAND
For the average person, selling a residential property in Queensland is also stressful and potentially complicated process.
But as a seller, you are not alone. With considerable experience in conveyancing, our lawyers provide can provide comprehensive guidance throughout the sale.
When it comes to finding the perfect commercial space for your business, securing the best location at an affordable price is likely your top priority.
If you’re lucky enough to find it, you may be tempted to sign the lease straight away. Don’t.
RESOLUTION OF DISPUTES
With a solid understanding of different types of leases and the provisions pertaining to your specific agreement, you should be able to avoid any misunderstandings or disputes.
If you find yourself at odds with your landlord over any stipulations in your lease, such as terms for renewal or rent increases, it is important that you consult our commercial leasing lawyers rather than taking matters into your own hands.
A trust is legally defined as an arrangement in which assets are set aside for specific purpose(s) and retained by someone other than the beneficiary.
Whether you’re thinking about creating a unit trust or a discretionary trust, it’s important that you don’t leave anything to chance. Phone us to schedule a consultation with a member of our trust law team today.