Current Position As Development Consents are expensive and time consuming to obtain, their retention has always been critical to developers, mining companies and landowners. Normally a Development Consent will lapse a date 5 years after…
Francis (Frank) Krstic has extensive knowledge of maritime, environmental, planning, mining and administrative law.
In addition to having built a successful career in private practice, Frank has over twenty years’ experience in senior roles within the NSW government, including having held the role of Principal Solicitor – Property and Planning in the Maritime Division of the Roads and Maritime Services of NSW.
A sought-after advisor to the State government, Frank joined Hunt & Hunt in July 2018 so that he could leverage our firm’s position on the NSW Whole-of-Government legal panel.
As a Special Counsel within our Property team, Frank is responsible for
Frank’s distinguished career has also included:
Earlier in his career, Frank spent several years’ working as company secretary and general counsel for a major energy company, providing advice on mergers, asset acquisitions, capital raisings, joint ventures, royalties, net profit arrangements, land access, regulatory compliance, environmental planning, corporate governance and petroleum titles and tenures.