Property & Planning Law

Clelands Lawyers Adelaide provide a comprehensive end-to-end service for all property law matters. From simple real estate transactions and conveyancing through to large scale development projects, we can provide the assistance you need.

Having a qualified legal expert on your side will make the sale, acquisition or development of property that much easier for you. Planning laws, in particular, can be a potential minefield. So before you start any project, large or small, ensure that everything is lined up with the right advice on aspects including consultation and approval processes, sub-divisions and relationships with developers or property owners.

And if property or planning disputes do arise, we will advocate on your behalf, including assistance with mediation and representing you at hearings. 

The wide range of property related matters that Clelands Lawyers Adelaide can assist you with include:

  • Building and development contracts
  • Buying and selling property
  • Commercial and retail leasing
  • Commercial and residential conveyancing
  • Contract and Form 1 preparation
  • Family / matrimonial transfers
  • Farming matters
  • Land sub-divisions
  • Planning applications, objections and appeals
  • Pre-purchase / sale advice
  • Property development
  • Succession planning
  • Strata and community titles

Our property and planning team is made up of Rinaldo D'Aloia, Susan Biggs, Phil Foreman,Tim von Einem, Libby Abbot or Veronique BabczynskiContact Clelands Lawyers Adelaide today for assistance with all your property law needs.

“It really does help to have a legal expert on your side when it comes to property matters. From small to large scale projects, a good lawyer can make sure that you get the best out of your development.” - Rinaldo D’Aloia

PROPERTY & PLANNING LAW ARTICLES

E-Conveyancing - An Update

Beware: Subject to Finance Conditions

Foreign Owner Surcharge

Cybercrime in Conveyancing Transactions

2017 Changes to Foreign Resident Withholding Tax

Leases: Preferential Rights

Foreign Resident Capital Gains Withholding Clearance Certificate

E-Conveyancing

Verification of Identity

New Planning Regime

New ATO measures in relation to property purchases from 1 July 2016