If you are concerned about COVID-19 driven amendments to the Property Law Act 2007, which imply a new covenant into commercial leases or that aim to encourage landlords and their tenants to share the burden of COVID-19 restrictions, then talk to McVeagh Fleming about the best strategy for your situation.
McVeagh Fleming has extensive experience advising on all aspects of commercial leases, including drafting agreements to leases and deeds of lease, rent reviews and renewals of lease, assignments and subleases. We are experienced in advising developers, property investors, landlords and tenants at all market levels.
You will find that McVeagh Fleming has a strong track record in commercial property law, which is a cornerstone of the firm. Our team of property law experts provide strategic advice across all aspects of commercial property law and property development:
- Rent disputes
- Land and property disputes
- Property developmentSale and purchase of commercial and industrial land
- Urban regeneration
- Leases, lease rent reviews and renewals
- Construction and building contracts
- Land development and subdivisions
- Commercial estate finance
- Local Government and Public Works
- Unit title.
Clients include corporates, property developers, investors, financiers, landlords, tenants, and builders.
Body Corporate rules and the Unit Titles Act
There have been substantial changes to Body Corporate rules and the Unit Titles Act, demanding strong governance and financial management. Expert legal advice is advisable to make sure you’re not in breach. The new rules around setting up body corporates and relating to developers are complex. The right advice at the start will save you time and money.
Whether you are a developer, a body corporate, a purchaser or a vendor, McVeagh Fleming can advise you on:
- Body Corporate rules
- Maintenance requirements
- Financial management
- Buying and selling
- Dispute resolution.