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Auction or private treaty?

Selling a business or commercial property can be difficult and complicated. Whether to sell by auction or private treaty is an important business decision that must be made.  Whether you choose a private treaty or an auction is a commercial decision but our Conveyancing Lawyers can assist you in the preparation of contracts and advise you of the benefits and disadvantages of both.

A private…

What is a commercial sale?

A commercial sale is the sale of a commercial or industrial property or business. It involves a lot more than just advertising your business or commercial property and selling to a purchaser who appears to offer a good price.  Many Vendors are often sued or are on the receiving end of legal claims and disputes, as a result of representations made in Sale of Business or Sale of Property advertisements.

There…

Do I need a lawyer?

There are a myriad of different and technical legal issues which need to be considered when purchasing a commercial or industrial property or business. Our Conveyancing Lawyers can decipher, sort through and advise you on the relevant issues which can and do arise in a commercial purchase.

Upon receipt of the Contract, we will consider and advise you on, amongst other things, the following:

  • The…

What is a commercial purchase?

A commercial purchase is the purchase of a commercial or industrial property or business. It is important to realize that a commercial purchase is more complex than a residential purchase. A Commercial Lawyer or Conveyancing Lawyer will tell you that a commercial purchases involves a wider spectrum of technical legal aspects, including, amongst other things:-

  • Tax implications e.g.…

Should I use a real estate agent?

This is a question that cannot be answered by a Conveyancer or Conveyancing Lawyer. Whether you decide to use a real estate agent is entirely a business decision which you will need to make. A Conveyancer or Conveyancing Solicitor can discuss with you some of the positives and negatives attached to using a real estate agent. However, this is something you will need to consider and reflect on when…

Why a Lawyer instead of a Conveyancer (Sale)?

Lawyers are educated, qualified and learned in many areas of the law. Although Sydney Conveyancers are accepted as being appropriately competent and qualified to act and advise in all matters considered to be ‘conveyancing work’ (as defined by Section 4 of the Conveyancers Licensing Act 2003), generally, their studies in the Law have not been as extensive as the studies of Lawyers (due…

Why a Lawyer instead of a Conveyancer (Purchase)?

Lawyers are educated, qualified and learned in many areas of the law. Although Sydney Conveyancers are accepted as being appropriately competent and qualified to act and advise in all matters considered to be ‘conveyancing work’ (as defined by Section 4 of the Conveyancers Licensing Act 2003), generally, their studies in the Law have not been as extensive as the studies of Lawyers (due…

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