Whether you are buying your first home, building a property investment portfolio or looking at becoming a developer – our experienced property law team are here to assist you.
Forward Legal Property Lawyers assist clients with a wide range of property-related issues including buying, selling, sub-dividing, transferring titles, council and building restrictions, tax implications, approval processes, and restrictive covenants and easements.
Buying or selling property is often the biggest financial decision that most people will ever make. The property law team at Forward Legal are dedicated to ensuring that property transactions are as seamless as possible.
We are the property lawyers of choice for large developers, first-time buyers and ‘off the plan’ transactions. Our property law services include:
In New South Wales, Victoria and Tasmania, conveyancing is required before you put a house on the market.
In Queensland and Western Australia, a conveyancer is required when you accept an offer.
At Forward Legal Saveta Corapovski is an experienced Conveyancer with over 20 years of experience. Our team is very collaborative and ensures to keeps costs low and quality of service high.
Our team of property lawyers assist with preparing and negotiating lease terms that could save you thousands.
Our retails and commercial leasing lawyers has assisted clients with commercial leasing for shops, offices, restaurants and bars, petrol stations and other industrial sites across Australia.
Forward Legal provided leasing advice Australia-wide. Why is this important? There are various types of commercial leases, depending on the type of business and state in which the premises are located. Each state has a different approach to commercial leasing and fit-out regulations, so it’s important that your commercial leasing lawyer has experience reviewing, drafting and advising on leases in your state.
It’s sensible to explore alternative methods of settling property disputes, rather than to seek commence legal proceedings. Litigation is often more time-consuming, contentious and stressful than alternative methods for dispute resolution.
For businesses, settling disputes via alternative methods ensure that disputes can be dealt with confidentially, without damage to their reputation and maintaining existing partnerships and consumer confidence.
“Don’t wait to buy real estate, buy real estate and wait.”
– Robert G. Allen
There are several costs and disbursements involved when buying property. It is vital to know what they are before you commence any transaction to allow you to appropriately budget for them.
We have listed the most common costs below for your ease of reference:
You should ensure that finance is obtained/approved before entering into a purchase contract.
Contracts are often not conditional on finance and once you enter into a contract, it is difficult to rescind due to being unable to acquire finance. In the event you are unable to complete, you may forfeit your deposit and be liable for incidental costs incurred by the Vendor.
Property litigation can benefit anyone who owns property, whether it is residential, commercial, industrial, or agricultural property. Example clients might include retailers, investors and developers, property managers, leaseholders, educators, Banks & other financial institutions, as well as commercial or residential landlords or tenants.
Basically, anyone who owns, rents, or leases property may at one time or another need the services of a solicitor or litigator who specialises in property law.