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Property Law

{mds} law has an experienced team of legal advisors providing service in both commercial and residential areas. If you are buying, selling, leasing, subdividing, building or renting, our experienced team can help you achieve the right outcome.
We advise on: 
Commercial Property
  • Buying and selling of commercial and industrial land.
  • Commercial and industrial subdivisions.
  • Commercial lease drafting and negotiation.
  • Earthquake damage and Insurance claims and settlement.
  • Overseas Investment Commission consent applications.
  • Property development.
  • Rent review disputes and mediation.
  • Sub-leases.

Residential Property
  • Bank finance and mortgages.
  • Building contracts.
  • Earthquake damage and Insurance claims and settlement.
  • Residential subdivision and section purchases.
  • Residential tenancies.
  • Sale and purchase agreements.
  • Unit titles and cross leases.
Rural Property
  • Buying and selling farms.
  • Farm and forestry leases.
  • Fencing and boundary disputes.
  • Rural subdivision.
  • Water and access consents.
Please contact us for advice or further information about our services.

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