Buying or selling a residential or commercial property is a big decision and a significant matter for most people.
Atteya Bardaxis & Associates offer over many years of experience with property law in Parramatta and have represented both buyers and sellers of property for all legal matters. This brings peace of mind to our clients.
Our solicitors can offer assistance with property law in the following ways:
- Help you fully understand the issues involved in purchasing or selling property in Australia
- Assistance with buying or selling at public auction/private treaty
- Information about the costs involved (including stamp duty)
- Advice for your Contract for Sale
- Advice in regard to the ‘cooling off period’
- Negotiating terms and conditions for the sale or purchase of property
- Advice in regard to sale or purchase of vacant land, units, strata and community title, rural land and purchases ‘off the plan’
- Advice for meeting lender requirements
- Arrange title searches and land enquiries
- Help you with settlement and exchange
- Help with the legal requirements for subdivisions and property developments
- Advice in regard to building contracts
- Advice and negotiation in regard to neighbourhood disputes including dividing fence disputes
- Representation in dispute resolution and at Court
As neighbours, we are getting closer to each other. We hear each others’ music, teenagers, pets, working in sheds and walking as if the activities are taking place in our own home; and, we often do not like what we hear or see. The closer we get to each other, the further we often grow apart.
The way in which strata title disputes are resolved therefore becomes important for our peace and well-being. A dispute is not resolved just for the sake of making a decision as to who is the winner and who is the loser.
Parties to a dispute must still live together in the same strata scheme. The settlement must, where and if possible, restore and build relationships.
As such, mediation is an effective means to avoid expensive court fees and damaging neighbourly relations in an adversarial process.