Practical Law Australia Commercial Real Estate provides expert guidance and tools to support your commercial leasing and conveyancing transactions. Our reliable and on-demand resources are developed and maintained by in-house property experts, allowing your team to complete matters with speed and accuracy.

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Practice note: Electronic conveyancing

Practice note: Electronic conveyancing
Practice notes outline the legal and practical issues related to your conveyancing transaction.

Standard document: Commercial lease

Standard document: Commercial lease
Up to date precedents that reflect current law and market practice, with expert commentary and guidance notes.

Checklist: Settlement checklist: commercial real estate (NSW)

Checklist: Settlement checklist: commercial real estate (NSW)
Double check that you have covered all the necessary steps relevant to your property transaction


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Rely on our property law experts to create the resources you need to achieve fast results for your clients.

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Empower your team

Equip your lawyers and paralegals with step-by-step tools to tackle property transactions autonomously and with confidence.

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Our maintained resources will keep you up to date with the latest legal developments, like electronic conveyancing.

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Access all you need

Whether you’re a seasoned expert or new to practice, enjoy expert guidance and essential transaction resources in one place.



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Meet our in-house team of expert legal writers who are 100% dedicated to creating and maintaining our Commercial Real Estate resources.

Christine Gray

Christine Gray has more than 20 years' experience practising in all aspects of commercial property in leading Australian law firms, including Gilbert + Tobin and Dentons Australia (previously Gadens). Christine has extensive experience in commercial and retail leasing, acquisitions and disposals of commercial and residential real estate, and strata and community title structuring.

Juliette Meaney

Juliette Meaney, Senior Writer has almost 10 years' experience in the practice of commercial real estate law, specialising in commercial and retail leasing. Juliette built her career at one of the largest and a member of the "big 6" law firms, MinterEllison. Juliette acted primarily for large landlord corporations, along with a number of significant deals acting for tenants. Juliette has a sound understanding of the commercial and legal aspects of commercial real estate transactions. In addition, Juliette has a particular interest in pro-bono, social justice focused matters and incorporated such matters into her corporate practice.

David-Hazan

David Hazan, Writer joined the Practical Law writing team after serving as the Editor across all of Practical Law’s modules for over 2 years. He has broad legal practice experience at boutique firms, ranging from general practice matters to High Court litigation, with a particular focus on defamation and IP. He has also written for global business technology publications and edited academic journals.

"Property lawyers are expected to stay abreast of constant legal and technological changes, as well as providing advice and an array of transaction documents quickly and efficiently. Our resources will support your team to do just that, with the added confidence of knowing that they are constantly updated by our experts who have sat where you are sitting now."
Christine Gray Christine Gray, Head of Commercial Real Estate

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Featured Resource Toolkit: Electronic Conveyancing With the rapid move to mandatory use of an electronic lodgement network for a large number of property settlements, a working knowledge of the ever changing landscape of e-conveyancing is essential for real estate lawyers. To transact electronically, you require an up-to-date understanding of the Model Participation Rules, and Verification of Identity (VOI) and Client Authorisation requirements. This toolkit provides a collection of practical resources to help you tackle complex e-conveyancing transactions, including: Practice note: Electronic conveyancing Checklist: Verification of identity (VOI) Standard document: Identifier declaration (NSW) Download now Toolkit: Electronic Conveyancing

With the rapid move to mandatory use of an electronic lodgement network for a large number of property settlements, a working knowledge of the ever changing landscape of e-conveyancing is essential for real estate lawyers. To transact electronically, you require an up-to-date understanding of the Model Participation Rules, and Verification of Identity (VOI) and Client Authorisation requirements.

This toolkit provides a collection of practical resources to help you tackle complex e-conveyancing transactions, including:


  • Practice note: Electronic conveyancing
  • Checklist: Verification of identity (VOI)
  • Standard document: Identifier declaration (NSW)