We have a highly qualified and experienced property law team at Cragg Braye & Thornton. Our aim is to provide tailored service to every client to ensure that you receive the best possible advice. We handle all types of property law, including:
- Residential, rural, strata and commercial conveyancing
- Water transactions
- Intergenerational transfers
- Easements & Restrictions
- Building & Construction
- Retirement Living
- Contract review, including auction enquiries
We can assist with all conveyancing matters from start to finish, with advice tailored to your circumstances. In addition to Cragg Braye & Thornton’s comprehensive property law service, we also offer a competitively-priced alternative for residential and strata conveyancing through our associated business, Accent Conveyancing. To find out more about Accent Conveyancing, and to obtain a free quote, please visit the website here.
In the market for a new home? Our Principal Solicitor, Brian Thornton, is also a certified mortgage broker and can help you to secure your dream home at a competitive rate. For more information, please visit Brian’s website here.
At Cragg Braye & Thornton, we can advise and assist with all aspects of Water Law, including:
- Application and issuing of Water Access Licences
- Purchase and Sale of Water Access Licences
- Changes to Water Access Licences
- Liaising with Land and Property Information, NSW Office of Water and associated government departments.
An intergenerational transfer can be an effective succession planning tool for families with rural property. A stamp duty exemption is available to transfer the family farm to the next generation and provide options for retirement to the older generation. We can handle your transfer from start to finish and provide you with personalised advice for your circumstances as part of a complete succession plan.
Building & Construction
We can advise on all legal issues that may affect your building & construction projects to ensure the smooth running of your project, including:
- Environmental issues regarding development
- Local government requirements
- Building contracts
- Dispute resolution