As a commercial lawyer, I listen to and work with you to provide sensible commercial law advice with a primary focus on the most pertinent and pressing issues so that the advice provided is effective and cost-efficient.
When going into business, especially for the first time, you need the right advice as to the most appropriate legal structure – whether it be a company or a company as a corporate trustee; trusts – discretionary or unit trust; a partnership or even a joint venture. Together with your financial advisor or accountant, we can determine the best structure to give you the maximum benefits and best outcome. I have experience in drafting, reviewing and negotiating all types of commercial contracts –including but not limited to partnership agreements; shareholder agreements; sale of shares agreement; commercial/industrial leases; and joint venture agreements.
I also provide advice and assistance in drafting retail leases pursuant to the Commercial Tenancy (Retail Shops) Agreements Act 1985 be it for the owner and/or advising tenants as to their rights pursuant to a lease when issues arise, as they inevitably do.