Williams Graham Carman Lawyers are able to provide you with quality legal advice, in a range of specialist areas of property development law. The team combines extensive theoretical knowledge with many years’ practical legal application as well as personal experience of the property process.
If you are involved in any aspect of property development, appoint an experienced and knowledgeable lawyer to guide you through the relevant procedures.
Banking, mortgages and securities:
When participating in a property transaction, ensuring that your banking and other financial details are secure and protected is essential. A mortgage can be a substantial debt and so be sure to correctly and accurately sign for and understand the mortgage process, which is a concern for many people. Appointing a lawyer to aid this aspect of the property and development process can be useful, in particular when dealing with tax, risk or other potentially complex issues.
Business acquisitions, restructures and sales:
If your company decides to restructure or merge, take care to ensure that all aspects of the transition and other processes are followed is a necessary requirement. Negotiating the best possible deal for your company will need the expertise of a specialist legal team with the knowledge and practical experience of complex commercial contracts.
After serving a notice of intention to resume property, there are a further four steps (objection, application, resumption notice and compensation) that must be enacted for a legal resumption of property or land to be resumed.
The Building Act 1975 and the Building Regulation 2006 are just two of the documents which govern property legislation. Obtaining specialist legal advice can be imperative when navigating the various aspects of state legislation and regulatory procedures concerning construction.
This is the legal term for buying and selling property, and working with a lawyer in this particular area of jurisdiction can be crucial to ensure smooth contract negotiation.
Dealing with local councils:
Consulting with local councils regarding local planning permissions and other related housing inquiries can be a complicated part of property and development law.
This term refers to the process of checking all aspects of a property, development or business that you are intending to purchase. This includes: contract negotiation, financial records and lease arrangements.
If you decide to buy or sell a franchise, understanding the legal implications of the transition process, including contract signing, is essential.
When deciding to combine business, property or finance in a joint venture requires careful and considered analysis of the roles and requirements each party is intended to contribute, and clarifying these in a legal document can avoid potential disputes.
Appointing a property manager can be an efficient way to manage an extensive property portfolio, and understanding the obligations involved in this role is of paramount importance to a successful business relationship.
Developing a property requires consulting with a number of stakeholders. Careful examination of the regulations regarding extensions and other developmental processes can benefit hugely from legal assistance.
Purchase or sale of a house, unit or land:
Buying and selling property involves several key decisions regarding contracts, deeds and other related housing concerns. Working with a property lawyer safeguards you in the acquisition process.
Retail shop and domestic leasing:
When taking out a lease on a domestic or retail unit, be sure to consult with a lawyer to analyse the clauses and stipulations of your contracting agreement.
There are several factors to consider when intending to subdivide a plot of land, including size, location and zoning.
The Land Valuation Act 2010 determines the valuing process, the use of valuations and how to contest a valuation notice.
If you require legal expertise regarding property development matters, don’t hesitate to contact the WGC property team: