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Commercial Leasing

Advising our clients in all stages of commercial leasing from advice to transactional to disputes.

We put our client’s commercial needs at the forefront to negotiate, draft, transact and settle all commercial leasing matters.

As a landlord, it is essential that you have a structurally sound lease agreement that clearly defines the rights and obligations of each party and have appropriate security in place for times where a tenant defaults.

As a tenant, it is equally important that you understand your rights and obligations from a contract perspective but also in circumstances where the Retail Leases Act applies.

We deal in a wide range of leasing related matters and help our clients by taking into account not only their legal responsibilities but the commercial implications of the deal. We help negotiate deals at the outset, draft and provide advice on lease agreements, transact on any associated settlement and, in cases of lease disputes, we help you to enforce your rights in a proper legal manner and assist you by negotiating the best commercial outcome.

We also ensure that you receive our services at a highly competitive price and in the shortest time possible, as your business is important to us.

We act for landlords, tenants and stakeholders of all sizes and our property team have extensive experience in commercial leasing to assist you with your personal or business needs.

Property industry experience to help property developers & businesses

  • Commercial leases
  • Retail leases
  • Disclosure statements
  • Heads of agreement
  • Agreements for lease
  • Advising
  • Negotiate terms
  • Drafting
  • Renewals of leases
  • Variations of leases
  • Transfer or assignment of leases
  • Sub-leases
  • Licence agreements
  • Defaults or breach of lease
  • Dispute resolution

Our Commercial Leasing Lawyers

Kristy Muhlhan

Principal

Kristy Muhlhan

Principal
LL.B (Hons) GRAD DIP. L.P., GAICD.
Since 2014, she has been an owner and Principal of the firm and has mastered a broad range of essential commercial and business skills which go hand in hand with the work she does for...

Sandra Le

Associate

Sandra Le

Associate
LL.B BCom
Sandra is professional and takes exceptional care with every matter she undertakes and is a natural problem solver.
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