Property & Conveyancing
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tresspassWhen people think of the term ‘Trespass’ they normally think of a criminal offence which is reported to police. However, trespass can also be civil in nature. The issue of civil trespass can arise in a myriad of ways but most commonly arises when someone does one of the following:

property boundary and encroachment issuesProperty boundary disputes can arise for a multiple of reasons but the most common disputes arise in relation to:

  • Dividing fences (the cost, style or position of a fence);
  • Retaining wall placement and cost;
  • Incorrect boundary line position;
  • Encroaching property (structures built on a neighbour’s property);
  • Trees and branches crossing onto a neighbour’s yard.

lease arrangementsLeases are the contractual arrangements entered into between a landlord and tenant for the rent of a premises or other structure. While people enter into leases for the rent of a residential property (such as a house) every day, Commercial leases are far more complicated and have far greater liabilities attached to them.

commercial conveyancingCommercial Conveyancing in Queensland, which encompasses the purchase and sale of office space, industrial property, and retail space is notable for being a minefield, with numerous considerations such as GST issues, due diligence inquiries and payment of transfer duty and registration fees involved.

residential conveyancing

Whether you’re buying a new home, selling your existing home or investing in property, Queensland Law Practice can assist with your Brisbane residential conveyancing and commercial conveyancing needs. With 25 years’ experience acting for buyers and sellers of houses, units, townhouses and vacant land, whether homes or investment properties, we have the expertise in conveyancing law to make your conveyance run smoothly.

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