Commercial Property

Corporate and commercial law

Achieving successful commercial objectives involves collaborating with lawyers who understand your business, your commercial environment and your expectations for the future. Your lawyer should act as your business partner, offering advice to help you make better business decisions.

This requires people who can explain complex situations in plain English, provide dependable and accurate information, anticipate and manage risks, and develop solutions to get you a profitable outcome.

The sale and purchase of commercial property is a big undertaking and a high value transaction. Commercial transactions are complex, and require extensive due diligence and thorough risk assessment to ensure you don’t make an expensive mistake.

Commercial property law also covers the sale and purchase of commercial property, negotiating and preparing agreements, leases, construction and subdivisions. Our commercial team can provide accurate, timely advice about any aspect of commercial property law if you’re buying, selling, leasing or building.


We assist developers, investors, landlords and tenants with drafting commercial lease agreements, deeds of lease, rent reviews, right of renewal and subleases.


Our commercial team can facilitate the legal requirements for construction, including negotiating and drafting contracts and tenders so you can start building.


We assist developers with developing new and existing subdivisions including freehold, leasehold and unit title subdivisions or redevelopments.

How we help

Our commercial lawyers have extensive experience in legal services for commercial property transactions. We’re thorough with due diligence and act in a timely manner to facilitate the transaction as efficiently as possible, so you can focus on putting your commercial plans into action. Even if you just need some advice, we’re here to help.

Please contact us if we can be of assistance.

Areas of expertise:

  • Commercial property law advice
  • Sale and purchase agreements for commercial property
  • Conveyancing
  • Leasing transactions
  • Joint venture and development agreements
  • Commercial subdivisions
  • Finance and banking
  • Overseas Investment Office applications
  • Resource management
  • Tax issues