“Interests in land are important and valuable.”
As well as freehold and leasehold titles, interests in land can exist by virtue of other legal instruments such as:
- Easements and
- contractual agreements.
Over the years, Stuart has advised clients extensively in relation to rights and obligations under the principal land legislation in Queensland (the Land Title Act 1994 and Land Act 1994), as well as the implications of contemporary common law as it relates to property in Queensland.
We have experience in providing advice on and establishing multi-dwelling or strata-titles now known as Community Titles Schemes, including preparing Community Management Statements under the Body Corporate and Community Titles Act 1997.
Please contact us to find out more or to discuss our fixed fees and disbursements.