The tips in this article are intended for business owners planning to fit out commercial or retail premises and Landlords of premises leased to such businesses. Briefly, the relevance for the Landlord is simply that: if their Tenant gets caught out they may become insolvent and unable to pay rent before the Lease even begins, […]
Are you caught up in a property dispute?
Our specialist Lawyers can quickly evaluate your situation and let you know where you stand. We assist property owners and tenants needing help with property disputes in Newcastle, Sydney and across NSW.
With most property disputes it is important to seek advice from an experienced Commercial Litigation Lawyer as soon as it appears likely that a dispute will arise. This can ensure that you do not do anything that might weaken or jeapordise your legal position and that we can take early steps to resolve the problem and avoid expensive litigation.
Types of Disputes
Our Lawyers have extensive experience representing clients in a wide variety of property disputes, including disputes in relation to:
- Property Developments and Construction Contracts,
- Commercial and Retail Leases,
- Contracts for the Sale of Land,
- Strata Schemes and Management,
- Caveats and Securities over Land, and
- Easements, Rights of Carriageway and other interests in land.
Our approach to providing practical and timely advice has helped Roberts Legal build a strong reputation in the property litigation arena.
Call now to speak to a Property Litigation Lawyer about your dispute
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We resolve Property Disputes in NSW
With most property disputes it is important to get advice from an experienced Commercial Litigation Lawyer as soon as it appears likely that a dispute will arise.
How we Help
Our Property Litigation & Dispute Resolution Team is headed by an Accredited Specialist in Commercial Litigation.
We will quickly evaluate your situation and let you know where you stand.
This can ensure that you do not do anything that might weaken or jeapardise your legal position and that you will know what early steps you can take to resolve the problem and avoid expensive litigation.