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Property Disputes demand precision and expertise. Our highly experienced Property Lawyers at Arver Law are your committed partners in resolution.
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Going through a property dispute? Let us make it a straightforward and easy experience

We believe that you should always feel well informed and empowered when involved with property disputes. Although it can seem overwhelming, having the right legal representation can make the difference.

Our approach is to equip you with the knowledge and tailored legal strategies, meticulously reviewing contracts and other relevant documents to ensure that your best interests are advocated for.

At Arver Law, we provide support across a range of different types of property disputes such as easements & covenants, encroachment, family or off-the plan disputes.

Different types of Property Disputes we help with

Whether you’re a first-time property owner, a seasoned investors, an ambitious developer or a family moving into their dream home. You are not immune to running into disputes regarding your property.

These are some of the popular solutions we have to offer.

Easement Disputes

Ensure unhindered enjoyment of your property rights by addressing disagreements over the use of a portion of someone else's property for access or utilities.

Caveat Disputes

Safeguard your property transactions from unexpected legal roadblocks arising from third-party claims on your property.

Covenant Disputes

Address disagreements or breaches related to restrictive covenants on property usage or development.

Encroachment disputes

Preserve neighbourly relations by resolving conflicts related to overhanging branches or built structures infringing upon neighbouring properties.

Family Property disputes

Navigate emotionally charged conflicts involving family-owned properties with sensitivity and fairness, ensuring equitable outcomes.

Off-the plan purchase disputes

Protect your investment by resolving discrepancies between proposed plans and the final property delivered to you

What our clients say about us

“I am not someone who writes reviews or froths on social media about great service but Ben and Anne have literally driven me to it. Efficient, responsive, strategic advice in our best interest, always willing to jump in, totally in step with us at every step… I will be recommending them to everyone I know who’s looking to buy or sell!!”
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With a reputation for excellence and a commitment to client satisfaction, we are the go-to law firm in Sydney & Parramatta for matters related to property transactions, conveyancing, commercial, family and estate law.

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Meet the Arver Law team

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Anne is an experienced property and commercial lawyer. She is approachable and is always striving to find cost effective solutions whilst using a pragmatic approach. She provides her clients with valuable advice, conducting strategic due diligence with a strong focus on streamlining processes to improve productivity and lower costs to meet client needs and objectives.

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Answers to your questions

How long does it typically take to resolve a property dispute?

The duration to resolve a property dispute can vary widely based on factors such as the complexity of the case, the parties involved, and the resolution method chosen. We understand that property disputes can be stressful, and we are committed to resolving matters as efficiently and effectively as possible. Our tailored and detailed approach ensures that your interests are protected throughout the process.

What information should I prepare before engaging with a property dispute lawyer?

Before engaging with a property dispute lawyer, it's helpful to gather all relevant documents and information related to the dispute. This may include contracts, agreements, correspondence, property deeds, and any evidence that supports your case. We're here to guide you through the process and will let you know exactly what information is needed to assess and address your situation effectively.

Do I need to go to court to resolve a property dispute?

Not necessarily. Many property disputes can be resolved amicably through negotiation, mediation, or alternative dispute resolution methods. We prioritise finding efficient and cost-effective solutions for our clients, exploring all avenues for resolution before considering litigation. Our aim is to achieve the best outcome for you while minimising disruptions to your life.

How much does it cost to hire a property dispute lawyer?

The cost of hiring a property dispute lawyer can vary based on factors such as the complexity of the case, the duration, and the services required. At Arver Law, we are committed to providing transparent and fair pricing. We encourage you to [Contact Us] for an initial consultation, where we can discuss your situation and provide an estimate tailored to your needs.

What is the difference between a caveat, covenant and easement?

  • Caveat: A caveat is a legal notice lodged on a property's title to protect the interest of a third party. It acts as a warning to anyone looking to buy the property or use it as security for a loan, indicating that there are claims on the property that need to be resolved first.
  • Covenant: A covenant is a promise or agreement noted on the title of a property, dictating how the property can be used or developed. For example, a covenant may restrict certain types of constructions to maintain the aesthetic of a neighborhood.
  • Easement: An easement grants specific rights to use a portion of someone else's property for a particular purpose, such as access or utilities. For instance, an easement may allow a utility company to run power lines through a property.

Need expert guidance on your property dispute?

Contact Arver Law today to discuss the dispute in more detail and formulate a strategy.
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