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Property & Conveyancing Law Case Studies
Case Study 1
A recently widowed lady wished to quickly sell her home which had become a financial burden and move closer to her family.
Turner Freeman Lawyers was able to quickly prepare the contract to enable the agent to promptly put the property up for auction, where it was sold. The contracts were exchanged and we completed the conveyancing to enable the widow to quickly purchase a new property closer to her family. Turner Freeman also acted on the purchase of this new home.
Case Study 2
A sporting federation wanted to develop a large area of land it owned in Sydney. It planned to go into a joint venture with a property developer to subdivide the land into over 100 lots.
Turner Freeman Lawyers helped the federation draft the joint venture agreement setting out the rights and responsibilities of each party. We advised on planning approvals and prepared the plans. We also put together contracts for the sale of land, and acted for the federation in the conveyancing of the lots.
Because we produced the plans promptly, the federation was able to sell the lots very quickly. The joint venture proved extremely profitable for our client.
Case Study 3
Turner Freeman acted for a property developer, which carried out numerous new building developments in the country areas of New South Wales.
Turner Freeman liased with the solicitors acting for the purchasers and effected timely and smooth completion of the sale transactions, in addition to providing valuable and timely advice in respect of issues arising in the developments such as disputes with a power utility, fencing disputes, surveying issues and partnership issues which were resolved by Turner Freeman.
The client is embarking upon a retirement village development and Turner Freeman has been engaged to advise on the set up and sales of these properties.
Turner Freeman also acted for the client in respect of the purchase and development of property in the Australian Capital Territory and on a staged community title development.
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