- Professional indemnity insurance
- Public liability insurance
- Product liability insurance
- Class action claims
- Commercial property insurance
- Building and construction insurance
- Directors liability
- Officers liability
The Administrative Appeals Tribunal is an independent body that reviews a wide range of administrative decisions made by Australian Government ministers, officials, authorities and other tribunals.
The Tribunal can also review administrative decisions made by state government and non-government bodies in limited circumstances.
On the facts before it, the Tribunal decides whether the correct – or, in a discretionary area, the preferable – decision has been made in accordance with the applicable law. It will affirm, vary or set aside the decision under review.
- Preparation of contracts for sale or purchase of land
- Contract review
- Property settlements and negotiations
- Commercial & Retail Leases
- Auction enquiries
- Assistance with identifying suitable opportunities for finance
- Assistance for first home owners & the First Home Owners Grant
- Mortgages, refinancing & property deposit bonds
- Property developments
- Property division
Our clients include first home buyers, property developers, real estate agents, banks, mortgage brokers and surveyors.
Our conveyancing services are offered at competitive rates and we deliver them through a highly qualified and experienced team with extensive knowledge of the New South Wales property market.
Have you been left out of a will?
If you expected to be a beneficiary of a will but have been left out, we can help. You can make a claim against the distribution of any estate (Family Provisions Act 1982) but must be able to clearly set out reasons as to why you should be considered a beneficiary of the deceased estate.
In the distressing event that a valid will has not been left, we can simplify things for you by applying for the necessary Letters of Administration to the Supreme Court fo NSW. In these circumstances, there is a law that details how an estate may be distributed and by whom (Probate and Administration Act 1898).
We can also help you with:
- Estate planning administration
- Applying for Probate
- Supreme Court estate litigation.