Property

We're experts in the full spectrum of property transactions.

Hunt & Hunt takes a commercial and practical approach to property matters. We have a rich history partnering with clients on all legal matters that apply to the property sector. From project inception through to completion and ongoing management, our focus is to add value beyond purely our technical expertise.

Our client base comprises developers; local and international investors; owners; landlords; property funds, not-for-profits, and all levels of government – local, state and Commonwealth as well as government agencies and statutory authorities.

From asset protection, comprehensive advice on transactions, implementation of strategies and structures that minimise property tax, to high volume conveyancing; our team is able to provide solutions that are practical and cost effective.

Our expertise spans the full spectrum of property sector transactions including:

  • Acquisitions and sales, including due diligence and report preparation
  • Agribusiness
  • Building and construction contracts
  • Compulsory acquisition
  • Conveyancing
  • Crown land leasing
  • Leasing and licensing, including retail leasing and liquor licensing
  • Native Title
  • Owners corporation rules and disputes
  • Planning and environmental law
  • Property management and development
  • Property trusts and joint venture structures
  • State taxes, GST and capital gains tax advice
  • Subdivisions, including community title
  • Syndicated property investments
  • Valuation disputes
  • Water law sales and purchases.

Latest Insights

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The Next Step

September 5, 2012

In the matter of Partridge v Hobart City Council & Ors [2012] TASFC 3 delivered 27 July 2012, the plaintiff brought an action in negligence for damages for personal injuries sustained to her back, knee…

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Change of Policy on FIRB Approval for Foreign State-Owned Enterprises

August 23, 2012

Brian Wilson, the Chairman of the Foreign Investment Review Board (FIRB), told a Senate Committee on 16 August 2012 that FIRB will publish guidelines to clarify requirements for FIRB approval for investments in Australian entities…

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Turning Green: Environmental Upgrade Agreements

July 9, 2012

The Environmental Upgrade Agreements (EUA) are an innovative and new way for the Victorian and New South Wales (NSW) governments to try to stimulate energy efficient upgrades of commercial buildings. They are finding popularity as…

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