Property & Development

Property & Development

At Ashworth Riverwood, our lawyers provide sophisticated legal advice and insight based on our experience in advising clients from both the public and private sectors. Property and development issues can be complex but, with our expertise, we can provide a wide range of services from purchasing and developing land to planning issues, financing and dispute resolution.

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What we achieve for our Property & Development clients

Property Conveyancing and Leasing

We provide an extensive range of property conveyancing services and advice, from residential, commercial, off-the-plan properties, industrial properties, vacant land to transferring property ownership.

Overview

We can assist you with all aspects of property acquisition and disposal process, including residential home, unit, rural property, block of land, commercial and industrial property . We offer comprehensive legal services and guidance throughout all stages of transaction – providing preliminary legal advice, performing all requisite due diligence examinations, conducting negotiations, and preparing contracts, leases, licenses and any other relevant documents.

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Johnny Kong

johnny.kong@ashworthriverwood.com.au

+61 466 949 920

Property Development

We provide reliable expert advice on all aspects of property development and work extensively with various parties.

Overview

We provide reliable expert advice on all aspects of property development including compliance with planning approvals, development agreements between landowners, developers and builders, purchase and sale contract with put and call options, tendering and EOI, joint ventures and other types of project delivery or management agreements. We work extensively with our developer clients to define their commercial goals of the property transaction or project and set a strategy to achieve them.
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Featured Lawyers

Johnny Kong

johnny.kong@ashworthriverwood.com.au

+61 466 949 920

Property disputes

We provide assistance when you have a dispute that involves properties.

Overview

Our legal experts always prioritise efficiency, value and predictability in dispute resolution to help you navigate your way through a dispute in an amicable and timely fashion. We work closely with our clients to fully understand the issues they are facing. We are dispute resolution solicitors who are pragmatic in our approach – we conduct a forensic analysis of the facts, explore various approaches and craft a solution mindful of your commercial objectives. When it comes to resolving disputes, sometimes it requires the parties to take the case to the court. This is when our expertise comes in to assist our clients and defend their legal interests. Our lawyers have a great track record in providing practical and strong litigation advice to clients in public and private sectors.

Featured Lawyers

Sebastian Leong

sebastian.leong@ashworthriverwood.com.au

+61 431 768 504

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