Nautilus Law Group’s experienced lawyers offer services in a range of property law matters, including:
Nautilus Law Group's property lawyers have a wealth of knowledge acting for both sellers and purchasers in conveyancing matters. We aim to streamline the transaction by dealing directly.
We understand conveyancing and contracts can seem complicated and daunting, so we work closely with you to keep you informed about the progress of your matter.
We take the stress out of your matter by attending to all the details of your transaction, including informing you of the key dates, performing property searches, adjusting settlement figures, calculating stamp duty and representing you at settlement.
Nautilus Law Group represents property owners across Australia, including overseas clients holding property in Australia.
Generally, residential leasing matters are addressed by real estate agents offering letting management services. These arrangements are generally appropriate without intervention by legal advisors.
Commercial leasing requires tailored solutions. We offer a number of options to our real estate portfolio clients, including one off leases, as well as tailored agreements for use across our client's individual portfolio.
There are two general categories of commercial leases: "general commercial" and "retail shop". Legislation requires owners of retail shops provide comprehensive disclosure and lease terms, whereas general commercial premises (such as warehouses and offices) can be offered on less stringent arrangements. Both categories, however, require significant legal compliance to ensure protections.
Our team provides legal assistance to property owners, as well as business owners seeking advice on commercial leasing arrangements. We aim to take the complexity out of leasing, whilst assisting with each stage of the leasing process.
Caveats, Enforcement Sales and Security Rights
Enforcing rights of security and judgments can be likened to swimming with the sharks in the feeding frenzy of competing creditors. Nautilus Law Group's Enforcement and Insolvency Team are skilled at assessing competition between creditors, understanding client's rights and obligations under the changes as a result of the Personal Property Security Act, and engaging in strategic attacks to recover the most for our clients.Our Commercial Advisory Team assist our business clients implement credit management policies, considering the administrative and industry requirements of our client's circumstances.
Cash positive businesses have the power to grow and sustain market positions in these challenging times - we endeavour to assist you in debt recovery, credit management strategies and appropriate contractual documentation to secure your rights as against competitors.
If you would like to speak to one of our commercial team, please contact our office on 07 5574 3560, or by email at email@example.com.
ARTICLES ON PROPERTY LAW
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Transfer duty in Queensland is imposed by the Office of State Revenue on all dutiable transactions, pursuant to the Duties Act 2001. When transactions are related, the transfer duty payable on the transactions must be aggregated; meaning that, rather than assessing...read more
When entering into a Contract in Queensland, it is critical the Buyer’s and Seller’s names are complete, and correctly spelt. Any omissions or errors can cause significant headaches and incur significant cost further on in the conveyancing process. The Seller is the...read more