At Robertson Hyetts Solicitors our Property Law & Development team can advise you on commercial, industrial, residential property and land development matters.
We provide expert legal services in all aspects of property development:
- Joint venture and/or development agreements
- Project finance
- Intellectual property
- Property sales
- Adverse possession
- General law conversion
- Section 173 agreements
To ensure that you meet compliance targets, we can prepare the necessary contracts and agreements, and do the negotiating with local councils and referral authorities.
Robertson Hyetts Solicitors has a proud history of contributing to award winning projects. Working with developers both large and small, we’ve represented the legal interests of regional and metropolitan residential developers on some of the largest and most innovative projects in Victoria.
Whether you’re a large or small property developer you can count on us to deliver quality and up to date advice. On our property law team we have an accredited property law specialist, accredited by the Law Institute of Victoria, ready to answer any questions you might have.
At Robertson Hyetts Solicitors we keep your interests in mind, we provide very experienced strategic advice. We’re reliable and you can count on us to deliver on time and within budget.
Are you wanting to develop your land or undertake a subdivision?
There are many legal aspects to developing your land or undertaking a subdivision. You may have questions that you need answered. “Can I subdivide my property?”, “What’s the process for subdividing?” and “What are the planning provisions?” are but a few.
At Robertson Hyetts Solicitors our experienced property law team answers your questions and guides you through the process. We can answer your questions; prepare, review or advise on contracts and agreements, or negotiate with local councils and referral authorities.
‘The firm of Robertson Hyetts Solicitors (formerly LMSW Lawyers) in Castlemaine handled a huge task for us: four off-the-plan contracts drawn up and administered, eight contracts with four different builders checked, seven contracts of sale and seven settlements. With great support, encouragement and integrity they gave us sound financial and legal advice and careful consideration about placing practical covenants on all the Munro Court titles, and all the staff worked with great professionalism. A project like this would not succeed without a proficient lawyer. We were lucky to have Robertson Hyetts Solicitors in our town to support our project’.
The Munro Court Story. An Australian housing development of energy-smart houses in water-wise gardens. Copyright 2013 Susan M Turner and Sally M Berridge. Copies of this book are available from www.turningwild.com.au
Phone now to talk to a property law specialist: Bendigo 03 5434 6666 or Castlemaine 03 5472 1588.