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Leases Prepared For Landlords In 48 Hours

We Review Tenants Leases Promptly & Effectively

Commercial Leases, Industrial Leases and Retail Leases are legally binding contracts between a business owner and the owner of the property. At A.L.F. Lawyers, our Brisbane commercial lease lawyers understand that an enforceable and binding lease is vital and could mean the difference between being able to enforce a provision of your lease or suffering loss as a result of the lease being unenforceable.

A.L.F. Lawyers have prepared leases which are suitable for both the Landlord or the Tenant which are intended to maximise and protect our clients’ interests.

Our commercial lease lawyers in Brisbane understand the commercial importance of expediency when working on leases and we assure our clients that our team will work closely with you, the real estate agent and the other parties’ solicitors to ensure that an effective agreement is entered into in a timely manner.

Our team keeps up to date with changes in the Retail Shop Leasing Act to ensure that you are meeting with and complying with any changes to statutory laws.

A poor leasing decision can be a costly mistake as a lease is usually central to the goodwill, value, and future sale of the business. We would be delighted to meet with you and demonstrate how our Leases can add value to your business.

The article below gives you some principles to consider when entering into a Lease either as the Landlord or the Tenant.

Benefit to Landlords

  1. We will issue a Lease to a potential tenant within 48 hours after receiving
    your full instructions;
  2. Our leases have evolved over many years of experience both as Lawyers and property owners;
  3. We provide a checklist for your new tenant outlining their key responsibilities
    under the Lease; and
  4. Because of the standardisation of our Lease documents, you will incur lower legal costs where our services are required to resolve problems or disputes in the future.

Benefit to Tenants

  1. We will undertake a detailed review of your proposed Lease;
  2. We will identify any hidden costs up front;
  3. We take the time to explain conditions of your Lease that may impact your day to day business;
  4. We make ourselves available during the negotiation so you can contact us; and
  5. We will ensure that the terms of your Lease reflect terms agreed between the parties.



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Our Promise To You

We understand that getting a deal over the line in today’s world of business requires collaboration, professionalism and it needs to happen quickly.

We guarantee to have a Lease prepared for you within 48 hours of receipt once all of the information required is received from you.

Our commercial lease lawyers at A.L.F. Lawyers will openly communicate all aspects of cost along the process and work with you to ensure you have an optimum transaction with competitive legal costs.

Essentials in A Commercial Lease or Tenant Lease Agreement

There are a number of key essentials that are required to prepare your lease. This article provides Landlords and Tenants some handy tips of what you should consider as part of the negotiation.

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Our commercial lease solicitors in Brisbane can assist in the following areas

  • Preparation and or Review of a Commercial Lease
  • Advice regarding the various structures for your business and the most appropriate structure for your venture;
  • Preparation and administration of trust deeds;
  • Establishment and structuring of companies, including share allocations and company constitution;
  • Pre-Contract Advice;
  • Preparation of contracts and special conditions;
  • Contract review;
  • Negotiation of terms;
  • Due Diligence;
  • Property settlements;
  • Review and Preparation of Leases, assignment of Leases or deed of covenants;
  • Advice and preparation of Franchise Agreements;
  • Advice and preparation of Partnership Agreements, Joint Venture Agreements and Shareholders or Share Sale Agreements; and
  • Other general commercial advice.
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  • Commercial Law
  • Contract
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  • Family Law
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What Happens To My Children After Separation?

This is a question often asked by newly seperated Mums and Dads.  Parental responsibility refers to all the duties, powers, responsibilities and authorities which parents have in relation to children. We will try to explain Parental Responsibility in this blog to start the process of understanding.

Changing Parenting Orders Explained

Changing Final Parenting Orders and the rule in Rice v Asplund (1979) Final Parenting Orders are Orders that outline the arrangements for a child or children on a final basis. These Orders can be made by the Court after a hearing or by consent if the parties can agree on terms.

Do You Want to Change a Child’s Name

When both parents agree, changing a child’s name is a simple matter of registering an application with the proper agency. However, when parents do not agree about changing a child’s name, a court order may be required. It is presumed that parents have equal shared parental responsibility for a child.

Can I Take My Child Overseas After Separation?

Travelling overseas with children after a separation may raise several concerns. Dealing with them such concerns early can save both time and money. Taking a child on international travel without the permission of the other parent can be considered to be parental child abduction.

Who Gets The Family Home After Separation

Many people have the mistaken belief that, at the end of a relationship, the property is supposed to be divided between the parties on a 50/50 basis. This is not the case. Under the Family Law of Australia, the Court has a wide discretion in deciding the property settlement entitlements of each party in the…

After Divorce Can I Change My Childs Name

When both parents agree, changing a child’s name is a simple matter of registering an application with the proper agency. However, when parents do not agree about changing a child’s name, a court order may be required.

How Long Does A Divorce Take

In comparison to many legal jurisdictions around the world, Australia has a relatively simply process for getting divorced. For most applications, you will not even need to appear in person for the divorce to be granted. There are several factors that go into determining how long a divorce will take.

Parenting Plan Versus Parenting Consent Orders

One of the most common questions that we receive regarding parenting matters, is whether the parties should formalise their arrangements through a parenting plan or using parenting consent orders. Each approach has advantages and disadvantages and may be appropriate or inappropriate depending on the circumstances of each matter.

What Happens To My Super After Separation

Superannuation can easily be overlooked when thinking about separation.  Is my superannuation going to be included as part of the property pool and if so, how much will I get to keep versus having to pay to my partner/spouse?  These questions can often be extremely daunting, so in this blog, we look at what happens…

Enforcing Parenting Plans

A common question asked by parents afer divorce is what is a parenting plan? A parenting plan is an agreement that parents into to articulate whom will be responsible for the day-to-day issues as well as the long terms decisions for their children. It is typically done when the relationship has irretrievably broken down.

What To Expect From Mediation

Family mediation is a process by which separating families can reach agreements about the care of children and the split of property without the need for litigation. It is compulsory in Australia to attempt to resolve family matters in Family Mediation before applying to Court for orders.

Same Sex Family And Family Law

In 2017 Australia finally amended its legislation to allow same sex couples to enter into Marriage. With this change same sex couples now find the legal circumstances of their relationships have evolved. So then how has the law as it applies to same sex relationships changed, and what are your rights now?

Do You Really Need A Property Inspection?

Buying a home is an exciting time. There is a lot to take care of, and you will be racing around getting everything done in time for the settlement date. One of the key factors that you will need to take care of is making sure that the property is in the condition that it…

Don’t Sign Anything Without Getting Legal Advice First

Buying a home is one of the biggest purchases you are going to make in your life. If you do not take the time to get legal advice from an experienced property lawyer first, it could end up being a whole lot costlier than it needs to be.

How Much Does It Cost to Get A Divorce

Divorce applications can be an expensive exercise. The Family Court and Federal Circuit Court fees to file a divorce application at the time of writing this blog are $910.00. For many people, this cost can be a barrier to applying for divorce. The courts however may offer a discounted fee under certain conditions.

Potential Game Changer if Your Contract is Subject to Finance!

Do you want to buy your first home, need a change of scene, or outgrowing your current residence? Are you purchasing an investment property, or assisting your child with purchasing their first home?

Do I Need A Lawyer To Review My Real Estate Contract?

As a buyer and seller you have a legal right to have your Contract reviewed by a Solicitor before signing the Contract to ensure that you fully understand the terms of the Contract before it is signed and you are legally bound to purchase or sell the property.

Leaving A House In A Will

How To Leave My House to My Child is often a question asked of us? This article will discuss the best way to leave your property upon death where a second marriage or partner is involved.

Buying Or Selling A Property? What Do You Need To Know?

Conveyancing is the term used to describe the transfer of ownership in property from a Seller to a Buyer. Property Conveyancing can be complicated as every property is different and there are many things which may potentially go wrong.

What Does The Executor Of A Will Do?

When a person dies and leaves a valid Will, it will name an individual or several individuals as “Executors”. The Executor is sometimes also called the Trustee of the estate, or the deceased’s Legal Personal Representative.

Custody – Divorce

For many years’ parents have fought to have custody of their child after separation or divorce. As the law has evolved, the term “custody” fell out of use as it had connotations of ownership of the child.

What Should I Include In My Will

There are a number of Things to Consider when Making a Will and this article will start to give you some knowledge of what you can include.

Auction Tips For Buyers Of Property

If you have chosen to buy a property that is being auctioned, then there are a few tips we can offer that you may choose to consider before attending an auction and signing an auction contract!

How Do I Decide Which Property Offer To Accept?

Deciding to sell your property can be overwhelming.  Getting the property ready, finding the right Agent and then waiting for that “one” buyer to buy your property.

What Can Happen If I Pass Without A Will

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10 Things That Can Go Wrong When Buying A House

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How To Choose An Executor Of My Will

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What is a Power of Attorney

A Power of Attorney is a legal document which gives authority to another person (known as the attorney) to make certain financial decisions and sign certain documents on behalf of the donor. Powers of attorney can grant extremely wide and discretionary powers to the attorney.

Parenting Orders

You may be asking the question……How to Apply for a Parenting Order after I have separated? You may also be asking ……. What Happens with the Children When you Separate?

What Happens To My Pets If I Die

Can I make a Provision for Pets in My Will? For most of us, dogs, cats and other pets are really part of the family, however how many of us have thought about what might happen if our pets outlive us?

Should I Update My Will

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How Often Should I Update My Will

Updating your will plan on a regular basis is fundamental to ensuring your will reflects your current financial and personal situation.

What If The Will Executor Renounces His Responsibility?

When a person dies, they generally leave something behind for loved ones or charities. What they leave behind is collectively called their “estate”. If they have a Will, their executor must then “administer” their estate in accordance with the wishes expressed in their Will.

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10 Things that Can Go Wrong when Selling A Property!

Well just about everything really and it results in House Settlement Problems and Delayed Settlements! The process of selling a property can become incredibly stressful depending if you are also buying and if your buyer is also selling.

Interim And Final Orders In The Federal Circuit Court

If you do have a matter that ends up in the Federal Circuit Court or Family Court, you will have to specify the Orders you would like the Court to make before you get there. You cannot simply go to Court and ask the Court to “fix” things for you. You have to tell the…

Commercial Lease – Must Do

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What Is Conveyancing

Conveyancing is the process of transferring a property from one individual or entity to another whether you buy or sell property. For many of us, property is the most valuable asset we will ever own, so whether you are buying your first home or expanding to a larger family residence, buying and selling property can…

Superannuation Split

Oftentimes, an agreement for the division of property between spouses also involves the division of superannuation. This is because the significant assets in a marriage or a relationship are typically real property and superannuation. The Trustee of the Superannuation Fund has certain requirements as does the Family Court when attempting to affect such a split….

How Does A Property Auction Work

Buying at auction can be an exciting process. However, it is not one that should be taken lightly. Auction contracts are generally unconditional contracts. Which means, that once you sign on the dotted line, you are legally obligated to purchase the property.

What A Father Needs To Know In A Parenting Dispute

For a long time, it was almost expected that after a separation, the parents would fight over who got “custody” of the children, but changes were made to the law in 2006 to promote the idea of “equal shared parental responsibility”.