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Rosemary is an experienced real estate lawyer who has acted on transactions and projects in various States across a number of sectors and involving a range of assets.
Rosemary’s approach is commercial and considered and she advises international and national clients on all aspects of real estate, including sales, acquisitions, leases, licences, options, and easements as well as assisting on corporate M&A deals to identify real estate risks.
Acted on the negotiation of an agreement for lease and lease for development of a hotel within the Adelaide airport precinct.
Acted on the sale of a national portfolio comprising a 34 floor commercial office in the Sydney CBD and 11 industrial properties across 5 states via a competitive sale process.
Acted on a number of separate sales and acquisitions of large rural properties/agribusinesses and water licences across NSW and QLD.
Acted on a number of transactions for the sale of residential properties at various stages of construction in VIC.
Reviewed and advised on the leasing documents for over 35 childhood centres as part of its acquisition of a majority interest in Only About Children, a leading early childhood education and development business.
In the recent decision of GWC Property Group Pty Ltd v Higginson & OR’s  QSC 264, the Queensland Supreme Court held that the incentive clawback provisions contained in an incentive deed...