Corporate & Commercial Law

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Corporate & Commercial
Lawyers in West Perth

Our commercial lawyers provide timely, practical, and affordable legal solutions for your business.

We specialise in all areas of Corporate and Commercial practice, in particular:

  • Business Structures (corporations, trust and partnerships);
  • Asset protection and risk mitigation strategies, and general corporate and commercial advice;
  • Pre-contractual negotiations, and due diligence assistance and key document review and preparation;
  • Heads of Agreement and Memorandum of Understanding;
  • Directors duties advice;
  • Buying and selling business and companies (including negotiation, preparation and review Share Sale Agreements, Unit Sale Agreements and Asset purchase/sale agreements);
  • Negotiation, preparation and review of Shareholders Agreement, Unit Holders Agreements, Partnership Agreements and Joint Venture Agreements;
  • Buy/Sell Agreements, Convertible Notes, Option Agreements;
  • Related party lending, financial agreements, Guarantees, Mortgages and security documents;
  • Confidentiality Agreements;
  • Goods and services supply agreements;
  • Hire Agreements;
  • Privacy Act and personal Property Securities Act obligations advice;
  • Franchising and Licensing Agreements;
  • Trust documentation (inc discretionary/unit trusts), including review, updating, variations, changes in trustee/appointor/guardian, and replacement;
  • Terms and Conditions (including supply/delivery, applications for credit);
  • Drafting Terms and Conditions and providing advice in relation to avoiding payments disputes and battle of forms (i.e., advising clients with respect to how to set up their contracts so that there is no question as to which terms and conditions apply where both contracting parties have their own terms);
  • Construction contracts, including subcontractor agreements;
  • Self-Managed Superannuation Fund, including Limited Resource Borrowing Arrangements and in-specie transfers, preparing ancillary documentation (i.e. Fund Deeds, updates to Fund Deeds, changes in Trustee/Members);
  • Debt recovery; and
  • Dispute resolution and litigation, including business shareholder/partnership and contract disputes, and consumer law disputes.