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Conveyancing Real Estate / Business

The legal work for buying or selling Real Estate or a Business is called "conveyancing". Real Estate cannot be put on the market until a sale contract has been drawn.

Buying or selling a house or business is one of the most important financial decisions you will make in your life, and unfortunately there are many traps for the unwary and uninformed. Conveyancing is a complicated process that requires an expert mind to make sure the process is carried out correctly. We strive to ensure that the entire transaction runs smoothly, at a reasonable price, and with a minimum of fuss.

We can help you by:

  • Preparing a valid enforceable contract
  • Reviewing a contract before you buy the property
  • Advising on mortgages or other documents that relate to the contract
  • Advising on subdivision and related matters
  • Protecting your rights when you buy a property or business

We can assist in basic residential matters, and more complicated commercial contracts which may include leases, or related business matters. A sale or purchase of business involves many additional aspects to a standard residential matter, such as advice of franchise agreements or retail leases, or employee entitlements, partnership, or shareholder agreements ( if a company is involved) and the like.

You can call us to discuss your particular situation, and we can provide you with clear advice.


One way of owning a business is to purchase a Franchise from one of the many available nowadays.

A Franchise is a group of businesses who share advertising, supply agreements, expertise, and some expenses within the group. The Franchisor provides assistance, support, and training, or uses the Franchise group’s buying power to obtain better prices from suppliers. However, the benefits all depend on the structure, and they can differ enormously between industries and businesses. For instance, a food franchise will operate differently to a service franchise even though they do have similar attributes.

The Franchising Code of Conduct requires the Franchisor to provide a complex disclosure statement providing much information. However, having information is one thing, interpreting it is another.

The average franchise agreement is a long and complicated document, so it needs an expert legal mind to help you understand, interpret, and apply the conditions it lays out. Other documents such as leases and supply agreements can make a franchise agreement intimidating to navigate without the first-rate legal advice we provide.

You need help to wade through this complex area of the law, and we can assist you with this.

Whatever Legal Quagmire You Find Yourself In, Be Sure That Our Law Firm Will Do Everything It Takes To Represent And Uphold Your Best Interests!