Results for property and body corporate managers.
Whether you manage a single property or a portfolio of retail tenancies, we can advise on your legal and regulatory requirements, providing specialist legal representation to promote your commercial interests.
Our body corporate and leasing team have specialist experience in property litigation. We represent property managers, lessors and body corporate managers in matters ranging from non-payment to damages claims and tenancy disputes.
Acting for clients including Retail First, which manages more than 20 shopping centres, we understand the current retail environment and the unique challenges facing property owners in managing default and recovering damages and outstanding rent. We combine this on-the-ground insight with in-depth knowledge of retail and commercial tenancy law, so you always receive advice that is informed, relevant and effective.
Our experience in working with body corporate managers to recover outstanding levies and enforce by compelling property sale ensures that our team is well placed to pursue recovery action within the unique regulatory framework of the Body Corporate and Community Management Act.
- Legal recovery
- Make good claims
- Tenancy disputes
- Retail lease disputes
- Body Corporate and Community Management Act
- Retail Shop Leases Act
Our team has extensive experience in advising property managers and pursing default claims against tenants. When you partner with us, you can be confident that we have the knowledge and experience to best promote your rights as property owner.
Having successfully represented property owners, property managers and body corporate managers , we have the expertise to resolve disputes effectively and efficiently. You will experience fast turnaround times, regular updates and clear, reliable advice.
Information at your fingertips
We believe that our clients should never have to ask for updates, which is why we have developed an online client portal and automated update reporting. Log in to receive real-time updates and review matter lists or simply wait for automatic updates as and when developments occur.