Real estate disputes
Buying or selling a commercial or residential property is one of the most stressful and significant decisions a person can make, regardless of whether the property is a one-bedroom unit or a sprawling warehouse.
Real estate disputes lawyers
There are many steps and usually several parties involved in the process, creating the potential for disputes.
At Gibbs Wright, our real estate and property dispute lawyers can provide advice, negotiate on your behalf, and find solutions to resolve your disputes.
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Types of real estate disputes we can help you with
We can help resolve disputes between any parties involved in a real estate transaction. A dispute could be, for example, between:
- a buyer and seller;
- an agent and buyer or seller;
- a buyer and a bank providing finance; and/or
- a buyer or seller and a property inspector.
Real estate disputes can arise in situations such as when:
- a real estate agent misrepresents a property (its value or potential rental income, for example) and a buyer relies on those misrepresentations;
- a conveyancer makes a mistake which results in property ownership not being transferred properly;
- a pest inspector fails to detect termite damage in a property;
- a seller conceals property damage; or
- a bank misses a finance deadline and a buyer loses their deposit as a result.
Gibbs Wright Litigation Lawyers can explain (in a simple and straightforward way) the law and procedures involved in dealing with all kinds of property disputes, helping to remove the stress and guesswork.
Where and when we can help you
We can help at any stage of the process of buying and selling property.
If you are involved in a real estate dispute, we are here to assist you anywhere in Australia from our base in Brisbane. Contact one of our experienced property solicitors today.
Why choose Gibbs Wright Litigation Lawyers
Gibbs Wright Litigation Lawyers have extensive experience in residential and commercial real estate disputes in Queensland and Australia-wide.
We can provide legal advice to any party, and negotiate and appear in court on their behalf, to ensure their rights are sufficiently protected at all times.
- Commercially viable outcomes
- Dedicated litigation firm
- Outstanding client satisfaction
- High success rate
- Direct contact with your lawyer
- Brisbane-based litigation team
Frequently Asked Questions
Engaging a lawyer is not compulsory for a real estate dispute but when dealing with assets worth many thousands of dollars, it is vital that you obtain proper legal advice to ensure you are protecting your rights, as well as maximising your chances of achieving the best possible outcome.
Property law is complex and for you to make an informed decision, it is advisable to work with a litigation team that has experience in a wide range of real estate and property matters.
At Gibbs Wright, our lawyers can offer advice on all options to ensure an effective resolution. Call us for no-obligation, confidential consultation.
A litigation lawyer can offer advice or representation in a dispute.
They may, for example, be involved in helping to negotiate a resolution without the need for court proceedings.
If negotiation is not successful, the lawyer can help a party prepare for court proceedings.
Court proceedings can be costly, time-consuming and stressful. Our lawyers at Gibbs Wright will always attempt to negotiate a resolution before recommending your matter be litigated in court.
At Gibbs Wright, we work closely with you to determine the best plan for your particular circumstances, taking into account your finances, expectations and individual circumstances.
We will walk you through each step of the journey, which begins with a free initial discussion to assess the strength of your case and your legal options.
We will request key documents from you, such as a contract or correspondence to assess this. If we determine that we can help you, we will provide an estimate of fees, calculated based on the expected cost and complexity of the matter. If you agree with our proposed strategy, we will vigorously pursue (or defend) your claim on your behalf.
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