Buying a Property
For most people buying a house will be one of the biggest financial investments they make.
Selling a Property
As a specialised conveyancing service, we give you the advice, service and expertise necessary to ensure your sale proceeds smoothly.
Whether it is a residential project or large commercial project, Property Law Centre has the expertise to assist you with your legal requirements.
Who We Are
The Property Law Centre is owned and operated by development industry experienced lawyers.
Trusted advice for your conveyancing, town planning and development, construction law, residential and commercial property law, estates and succession matters: all with our commitment to greater value.
Innovative Legal Representation
At the Property Law Centre you can expect innovative legal representation with a thorough knowledge of your matters, giving you access to the right legal talent for the job, while recognising the demands on your time, attention, and resources.
Property Law Solutions You Need
Whether you’re buying selling or leasing, developing property, or resolving a dispute, we offer the property law solutions you need.
Dealing With Us Is Easy
Respected by industry professionals, we offer experienced ease of dealing with all levels of government, professionals and other agencies. Our industry background and insider experience offers you more.
Conveyancing refers to the legal process by which ownership of a property changes hands.
Property Law Centre offers a full range of legal services related to property.
Planning & Environment
Our expert planning and environment lawyers are committed to achieving exceptional outcomes for our clients and offer outstanding service.
Property Law Centre is dedicated to providing practical, reliable expert advice in building and construction law that is easy to understand.
We tailor our legal services to the unique needs and goals of your business.
We provide advice and strategic options that can make the difference between a well-protected inheritance or a protracted family feud.
Our experienced commercial litigation and dispute resolution lawyers are committed to achieving the best possible legal and commercial outcomes.
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Under the new smoke alarm legislation, all home owners must install interconnected photoelectric smoke alarms in every bedroom, in hallways, and on every level of a dwelling/s by 2027.
When buying or selling property it is a necessary part of the process that your conveyancer verifies your identity, either personally, or via an approved Identity Verifier.
Purchasing a home without the appropriate approvals can have consequences such as: insurance implications in the event of fire or flood etc, finance being declined, substantial costs involved in obtaining an approval, and problems with council (such as an order being issued to remove the unapproved structure).
Lawyer and Conveyancing Manager