Real Estate Property

Property law is a complex and dynamic area of law that affects many aspects of our lives. Whether you are buying, selling, leasing, developing or investing in property, you need to be aware of your rights and obligations under the relevant legislation and common law principles.

Buying or selling property

At M.C. Brazil Law, we are a Queensland based law firm that specialises in property law. We have extensive experience and expertise in advising and representing clients on all aspects of property transactions and disputes.

We are committed to providing high-quality legal services at competitive rates. We pride ourselves on our professionalism, responsiveness and client-focused approach. We aim to achieve practical and cost-effective solutions for your property matters.

M.C. Brazil Law can offer assistance with property law in the following ways:

  • Help you fully understand the issues involved in purchasing or selling property in Australia
  • Conveyancing: We can handle the legal aspects of transferring ownership of property from one party to another, including preparing and reviewing contracts, conducting searches, liaising with financiers and other parties, and attending settlement.
  • Leasing: We can draft, review and negotiate leases for commercial, retail and residential properties, as well as advise on lease disputes, termination, renewal and assignment.
  • Information about the costs involved (including transfer duty)
  • Advice for your Contract of Sale in regard to the “cooling off period”
  • Negotiating terms and conditions for the sale or purchase of property
  • Advice in regard to sale or purchase of vacant land, units, strata and community title, and purchases “off the plan”
  • Development: We can advise on planning and environmental laws, development applications, infrastructure agreements, easements, covenants and subdivisions.
  • Arrange title searches and land enquiries
  • Help you with settlement and exchange
  • Advice in regard to building contracts
  • Investment: We can help you structure your property investment portfolio, advise on tax implications, joint ventures, trusts and partnerships, and assist with due diligence and risk management.

If you need legal advice or representation on any property law issue in Queensland, contact us to arrange a meeting in person or online.