Ajak & Associates

Property Lawyer Melbourne

Ajak & Associates are a Melbourne law firm representing developers, investors, contractors, landlords and tenants in all aspects of property and real estate law.

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Ajak & Associates are a Melbourne law firm representing developers, investors, contractors, landlords and tenants in all aspects of property and real estate law.

Why Ajak and Associates?

Ajak & Associates have a wealth of experience in every aspect of property law in Melbourne.

Our property lawyers can advise you in areas such as:

  • residential property purchase and sales
  • property development
  • commercial and industrial property
  • Owners Corporation Advice
  • property disputes
  • preparation of leases
  • change of ownership
  • mortgages
  • advice for landlords and tenants on retail leasing
  • subdivisions (large and small)
  • planning regulations
  • environmental law

The Ajak & Associates Difference

Cost-effective legal advice

Our fixed-fee legal counsel and representation means no unpleasant surprises. You can make an informed decision regarding your legal costs from the outset, maintaining total control over your budget and spending.

Quick turnaround time

Our quick turnaround with advice allows you to act on your decisions quickly and decisively.

Specialised industry knowledge

Our property law team has knowledge and experience of every facet of property law and every size and complexity.

We work with you to give tailored advice and solutions that protect your interests and ensure you stay on the right side of the law.

Communication

We may have grown as a firm, but we have taken great care to keep that personal touch. From the first consultation, you will see the care and the attention to detail that separates us from other law firms. You are never just another case to us.

If you are looking for Melbourne property lawyers, contact us today for a free, no-obligation consultation with our property law team.

Frequently Asked Questions

Why do you need a property lawyer?

A solicitor or conveyancer will ensure you are safeguarded during a buying or selling property, looking for the appropriate inclusions and exclusions as well as any malicious conditions in the contract.

Having a property lawyer may be necessary when trying to secure a mortgage. Many mortgage lenders refuse to do business directly with buyers, preferring to deal with a professional intermediary, such as a lawyer or solicitor.

Property lawyers provide legal advice and services regarding legal matters, local property regulations and help litigate disputes.

What does property law cover?

Lawyers specialising in property issues help clients resolve a range of property-related difficulties, including purchasing, selling, subdividing, transferring titles, council and building restrictions, tax consequences, approval procedures, and restrictive covenants and easements.

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Get in touch with our lawyers for a free consultation.

Call (03) 7001 0150

Our Team

When you work with us, know that you'll have experienced lawyers that are always available when you need them.