Disputes Arising in Property Matters
Many legal transactions involve property, and disputes between parties often involve property. Therefore, property law disputes occur regularly and often involve a party’s real property, or a party’s interests in land. Ownership of real property and access to business premises may be critical to a party’s business relationships and the conduct of a party’s business.
Australian property law disputes can be very complex and involve competing interests in the same land, or a challenge to the indefeasibility of a registered interest. The consequences of a property dispute may be very serious to a party’s interest. For example, a party may be at risk of being excluded from its business premises because of an alleged breach of the terms of a lease, or a mortgagee may have entered into possession of a property in order to sell the property even though the mortgagor does not want to lose the property.
Need some advice or have a potential dispute?
If you are a beneficiary under a fixed trust, a unit trust or a discretionary trust and you believe that the trustee is not acting in your best interests, you should seek further information. If you are unsure of your legal rights or need further advice on your current situation contact our expert property litigation team on 13 43 63 or fill in an online enquiry form.