Our Services

Our solicitors at Pryor Tzannes & Wallis have earned a reputation as industry leaders across a wide range of legal practice areas. They have a proven track record of providing top legal advice across the full spectrum of legal services and do so with a commitment to developing lasting relationships built on trust and integrity.

Commercial Law

Disputes inevitably arise in business and property ventures. In these situations your legal rights and responsibilities will be of the utmost importance. It is important, therefore, to ensure your protection by obtaining the right advice from qualified and experienced legal practitioners. Whatever your issue, Pryor Tzannes & Wallis can assist you by providing you with timely advice, and working closely with you to ensure your commercial goals are realised. Our areas of expertise in Commercial Law includes:

Corporate Law

Property & Leasing

Franchising & Licensing

Contract Law

Intellectual Property Law

Information Technology Law

Real Property Law

Wills & Probate

Strata Title Law

Company Title Law

Trusts

Elder Law

Grants of Easements and Covenants Affecting Property

Old System Title

Residential and Commercial Conveyancing

Off-the-Plan Purchases

Retirement Village Law

Corporate Law

Property & Leasing

Franchising & Licensing

Contract Law

Intellectual Property Law

Information Technology Law

Real Property Law

Wills & Probate

Strata Title Law

Company Title Law

Trusts

Elder Law

Grants of Easements and Covenants Affecting Property

Old System Title

Residential and Commercial Conveyancing

Off-the-Plan Purchases

Retirement Village Law

Litigation

Litigation is a process of dispute resolution through the formal Court process. If your dispute ends up in Court, Pryor Tzannes & Wallis has the necessary trial experience to ensure your matter is dealt with as efficiently and effectively as possible. We maintain uncompromising standards of advocacy and will always strive to ensure you receive the best outcome in your dispute. Our areas of expertise in Litigation includes:

Insolvency & Bankruptcy law

Intellectual Property Law

Administrative & Public Law

Personal Injury Law

Commercial Law

Product Liability

Competition & Trade Practices Law

Professional Negligence

Employment & Industrial Relations

Energy, Mining & Infrastructure Law

Land & Environment Court Litigation

Building & Construction Disputes

Criminal Law

Sports Law

Insurance Law

Dispute Resolution

Insolvency & Bankruptcy law

Intellectual Property Law

Administrative & Public Law

Personal Injury Law

Commercial Law

Product Liability

Competition & Trade Practices Law

Professional Negligence

Employment & Industrial Relations

Energy, Mining & Infrastructure Law

Land & Environment Court Litigation

Building & Construction Disputes

Criminal Law

Sports Law

Insurance Law

Dispute Resolution

Dispute Resolution

Alternative Dispute Resolution refers to the process of settling disputes by means other than litigation. Such processes have become an increasingly popular means through which parties seek to resolve their disputes because they are usually less costly and more expeditious than more formal legal ventures like litigation, and are a viable means of maintaining amicable relationships between disputing parties. Of course, if a dispute cannot be resolved through Alternative Dispute Resolution, our experienced team of litigation lawyers are more than capable of bringing your dispute to Court. Our areas of expertise in Alternative Dispute Resolution includes:

Arbitration

Conciliation

Mediation

Negotiation

Arbitration

Conciliation

Mediation

Negotiation

Family Law

The breakdown of a relationship is a time of emotional turmoil, stress and uncertainty about what the future holds for you and your children. You may have concerns about whether you have sufficient funds to purchase a home, how matrimonial assets are to be divided as well as concerns about arrangements for the children, their financial support or any other aspect of family law. Our family law team of highly experienced professionals are here to listen to your concerns, discuss options and solutions with you and provide practical and cost effective advice. We are members of, and are represented by, the Family Law Section of Australia. Our areas of expertise in Family Law includes:

Divorce

Adult Child Maintenance

Spousal Maintenance

Property Settlement

Child Support

Children’s Issues

Drafting Consent Orders

Drafting Binding Child Support Agreements

Drafting Binding Financial Agreements

Divorce

Adult Child Maintenance

Spousal Maintenance

Property Settlement

Child Support

Children’s Issues

Drafting Consent Orders

Drafting Binding Child Support Agreements

Drafting Binding Financial Agreements

Compulsory Acquisition

Compulsory Acquisition (sometimes known as resumption) of land is the power vested in Commonwealth, State and Local governments and authorities to take private property for public use. It is most often used in NSW for the building of roads, railways and other transport corridors, power transmission lines, and sometimes for extensions to other public land such as National Parks.

It is a process that is governed by law. In NSW, compulsory acquisition is governed by the Land Acquisition (Just Terms Compensation) Act 1991, the Constitution of the Commonwealth of Australia, and a considerable body of case law (that is, judge-made law which arises from the judicial interpretation of the statute law).
It is often the case that landowners, or other interest-holders in land (such as, for example, tenants in subject land) are unwilling vendors. Nonetheless, the government has, within the confines of the law, a simple right to forcibly acquire your land. It can be done cooperatively (by agreement) between the parties, or by the following of legal process by the government, both of which end in compensation being paid by the government to the landholder for the acquisition of the interest.
Although the legislative requirements are clear, the process can be confusing and stressful for landowners. The trick always is to ensure that you are paid the highest possible level of compensation for the loss of your interest in the land.
Usually the acquiring authority (such as the RMS) will attempt to compensate you for far less than the true value of your property and the damage that the forced move will cause to you and/or your business.
To ensure the best result, it is vital to be well represented and informed.
We will work for you to ensure that you are compensated to the maximum extent of the law. That includes not only the proper value for your property (which is rarely what you are originally offered), but also any special value the property has to you, its potential value, your relocation, accountancy, professional and accountancy advice costs, loss and damage caused to your business, plus an amount for solatium, which is the non-financial disadvantage resulting from the need to relocate.
We have the skills and experience to ensure that you get the best possible financial result from the loss of your property interest.
We will work individually with you and our expert valuers to put together a compelling case for higher levels of compensation than are originally offered by the acquiring authority.
As part of the compulsory acquisition process, you are entitled to receive legal advice and to be represented by lawyers. We will act for you as part of your entitlements under the compulsory acquisition process. The acquiring authority pays our bill: you pay nothing.
Please contact Tolly Saivanidis or Robert Macaulay to discuss your particular matter.

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