Major Property Transactions

We have acted for vendors and purchasers of commercial buildings, shopping centres, industrial sites and large parcels of vacant land on Melbourne’s urban fringe.

These transactions are hugely complex, involve millions of dollars and are nearly always transacted within the tightest of timeframes.

 

Why choose Kalus Kenny Intelex Lawyers?

There’s no category of major property transaction that we haven’t touched!

This means that we know and understand the legal factors which must be considered, advised on and negotiated when engaging in these transactions.

We also fully appreciate and accept the timing pressures which typically surround these transactions and we pride ourselves on making ourselves available to assist on these matters when it’s crunch time (namely, the due diligence phase, the contract execution phase and the settlement phase).

The KKI Property team will drive all elements of a property transaction.

Our Property Law Team

Henry Kalus

Partner

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Steven Apostolou

Partner

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Denise Wightman

Partner

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Lisa Fowler

Partner

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Peter Lettieri

Partner

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Diane Ridgway

Special Counsel

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Kirsty Bradbery

Lawyer

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Chelsea Landgren

Lawyer

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Sarah Wickham

Senior Property Law Clerk

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Chantelle Liphuyzen

Senior Property Law Clerk

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