Management Rights Lawyers
Management rights businesses are a popular and unique property management product that allows an investor to combine a home and an income. However, what you don’t know can hurt you. With the myriad of rules involved, a management rights business is a potential minefield for investors unfamiliar with the territory. At Hynes Legal, we have the largest team of management rights specialists in Queensland who practice in both Queensland and New South Wales. Our expert management rights lawyers understand management rights law. It is an area that we are passionate about and invest a great deal of time in growing our knowledge base. We regularly present on management rights law and other areas pertinent to the sector via webinar, industry events or a cup of coffee with current and potential clients.
Our team provides advice to many buyers and sellers of management rights businesses along with counsel to those already in the industry. We handle all aspects of a management rights transaction.
Hynes Legal are the Management Rights experts. Don’t put your management rights investment at risk. Management rights law isn't easy so working with someone who isn't a management rights expert is not a good idea.
Management rights review key dates reminder service
If you’d like to be reminded of the key dates for your management rights business we need to see your key management rights documents, contact us through our form below.
Getting the right legal advice is critical and we provide the essential legal services to our management rights clients, including:
- Breach notices
- Changing Your Management Rights Agreements
- Dispute Resolution
- Licencing Advice
- Partnership Agreements
- Off The Plan Management Rights Businesses
- Purchase of Managements Rights
- Sale of Management Rights
- Workplace Relations, Health & Safety
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Management rights news
The monthly wrap15 Jun
Some of you might have noticed that we have moved more towards webinar content for the moment.
The starting point is that all of this is only temporary. These amendments commence on a date to be determined (but likely to be very soon) and expire on 31 December 2020. For the purposes of this article we will talk about that as being the COVID period.
Yes – that’s right. Chris Irons is starting with us as reported in the Courier Mail.