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Ballarat Property Law and Conveyancing

Baird & McGregor has one of the largest property law and conveyancing teams in the Ballarat and Daylesford.

With our extensive local knowledge of the Ballarat and Daylesford regions, we aim to provide a professional and personalised service to our clients.

Our experienced team of property lawyers can provide you with comprehensive legal advice in regard to:

Residential and Commercial Conveyancing

Sale and Purchase of Farms

Plans of Subdivision and Consolidation and Property Developments

Commercial and Retail Leasing

Farm Leases and Licence Agreements

Family and Spousal Property Transfers

Section 173 Agreements

Owners Corporations

Adverse Possession Claims

Sale and Purchase of Property (Conveyancing)

Baird & McGregor are highly experienced in the process of buying and selling residential, commercial and farming property in Victoria.

We aim to provide a professional service, which includes preparing all legal documentation on your behalf and ensuring the process is stress-free for our clients. Our team of local lawyers provide an in-depth knowledge of the Ballarat and Daylesford regions, providing our clients with the confidence that their matter is well taken care of.

Subdivisions and Property Development

Baird & McGregor's property lawyers have experience assisting clients with small and large property developments. We work closely with you and the property surveyor and provide advice and guidance throughout every step of the process. 

If you are planning on developing or subdividing your property, contact Baird and McGregor for practical legal advice and assistance on your property development.  

Adverse Possession

Adverse possession claims often arise when there is a discrepancy between the physical and title boundary. While these discrepancies are often minor, the financial consequences can be significant.

Baird & McGregor have extensive experience in advising and assisting clients in enforcing or responding to adverse possession claims.

Section 173 Agreements

A Section 173 Agreement is a Contract made between a landowner and the Council that places restrictions on a landowner's use of the land. A planning permit will often require a Section 173 Agreement be made between a landowner and the Council. A third party, such as a water authority, may also be a party to the Agreement.

At Baird & McGregor, we can assist you and ensure that the preparation and registration and of a Section 173 Agreement is as efficient and stress-free as possible.

Book a Free Consult with Tom

We invite you to contact our office to arrange an appointment with Tom. The first consultation is usually rendered without charge and will provide you with an explanation as to your legal options, and associated costs, that are available to you.