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Property Law


We deal with a broad range of real estate and property transactions, including acquisitions, subdivisions and development. We also advise clients on a wide range of Property Law matters generally, including Unit Titles, body corporate matters, building projects, joint ownership, property agreements, and residential and commercial transactions.

Our clients are diverse and include business owners, passive property investors, experienced property dealers, retired couples, young families, not-for-profit organisations, rural land owners, and first time home buyers, amongst others. We particularly handle a diverse range of city apartment transactions.

Our private client property experience spans the sale and purchase of houses to private land development and subdivisions. As we act for a number of entrepreneurs and investors, we regularly handle residential property transactions throughout New Zealand. We also advise on building contracts, property leases, apartment investments, property financing, and rental investments. We assist clients in real estate related contractual disputes. Aside from residential property work, we are experienced commercial property professionals as well. Our lawyers are skilled in advising commercial investors and entrepreneurs in issues arising out of commercial property investment. We assist a variety of clients with the acquisition, development, leasing, and disposition of a broad range of commercial properties. We also advise on commercial lease disputes, acting for both landlords and tenants.

Our experience includes:

  • Sale and Purchase of residential dwellings
  • Advising corporate clients on shopping centre leases;
  • Sale and purchase of motels;
  • Sale and purchase of office buildings;
  • Sale and purchase of industrial properties;
  • Sale and purchase of mixed rental retail blocks; and,
  • Development of health care facilities.
Auckland's status is growing internationally, and demographic and economic trends suggest that Auckland's real estate sector will continue to act as a key economic driver for the region in the foreseeable future. At Vinci Law we take a business-oriented approach in assisting clients – residential, rural, and commercial – to avoid pitfalls and make careful investments in property.