Claire Carrucan

+ 61 3 8825 4800
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Senior Associate

Claire has broad experience in commercial and residential property gained both locally and overseas. In the large format retail space Claire has acted for landlords and tenants, with a particular focus on supermarket retailing. From advising on large-scale property development agreements across greater Melbourne to assisting inner city office tenants, Claire assists landlords, tenants and property developers across a range of property projects.

Significant matters

  • A development agreement for the proposed sale and residential development of a large parcel of land on the outskirts of Melbourne;
  • The acquisition of various large off-the-plan sites across Victoria for development by a major supermarket retailer;
  • Agreements for lease and leases in various Australian states for retail outlets of a listed auto parts supplier;
  • A complex long-term option for the sale of a large parcel of land in Melton;
  • Negotiating the purchase and subsequent development and re-sale of industrial land in Altona as a four-lot subdivision.

Areas of expertise

  • Acquisitions and disposals
  • Development agreements
  • Retail and commercial leasing
  • Negotiating and drafting incentive deeds and license agreements
  • Legal due diligence
  • Subdivisions

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