Litigation & Dispute Resolution

Litigation is defined as the process of taking legal action. Where possible, we work with clients to reach a fair outcome through dispute resolution. In instances when court is the most appropriate option, we aim to resolve court cases in a timely and cost-effective manner.

What we do

We support you. There is an element of litigation and dispute resolution in every practice area of the law that we cover. Our lawyers recognise that disputes can be stressful and distract from your day-to-day business. With our detailed knowledge of both law and legal procedures, we can guide you through the process. We work closely with you, providing clear and timely advice when it matters.

Where appropriate, we will always use dispute resolution methods including mediation and arbitration before looking to achieve the desired outcome. When court is necessary, our experienced litigators will work to minimise costs, duration, and risk to your business. Regardless of the action taken, our Litigation and Dispute Resolution team will protect your rights and negotiate the best possible outcome for you.

How can Baybridge help me?

Our Litigation & Dispute Resolution expertise and services include the following:

Why choose Baybridge?

Baybridge has a strong understanding of the legal process and is experienced in assisting clients in various aspects of litigation and dispute resolution, including negotiations, mediation, and representation in court.

Baybridge offers a wide range of services to meet the needs of clients in different practice areas, including franchising disputes, real estate disputes, contract disputes, intellectual property disputes, and building and construction disputes.

Baybridge is dedicated to providing high-quality services and achieving the best possible outcome for its clients. The firm is committed to guiding clients through the legal process and protecting their rights, working closely with them to achieve a fair and satisfactory resolution.

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Purchase of Rent Rolls

We understand that selling a property management portfolio can be difficult and time-consuming. Understanding the unique intricacies of acquiring a significant asset ensures that the process goes as smoothly as possible; we work with you to guide you through each step. We manage the process from assisting with negotiating the agreement, drafting the purchase contract, and managing the settlement process. Our involvement ensures you are in safe hands, allowing you to focus on managing and growing your business, as well as your new portfolio of clients.

Succession Planning

Real Estate Agencies are unlike any other business, and planning the next stage for your agency requires careful analysis and consideration. Although sometimes emotional, succession planning is a vital part of business planning. We are here to guide and support you through this transition with advice on the best succession plan for you and your team. Once the right plan is in place, we assist with Shareholder Agreements, Buy Back Agreements, and other contracts you may need.

Frequently Asked Questions

Here are answers to some of the questions we hear most often. If you’ve got a question that isn’t covered, hit us up and we’ll be happy to help.
Essentially a meeting between the two parties. It’s conducted by one or more neutral, professionally qualified, and officially recognised mediators. The mediator facilitates open dialogue among disputants to help them resolve their differences and reach an agreement.
For guidance on the nature and implications of such documents, as well as the best course of action, you should speak with a lawyer as soon as possible. It’s critical to act quickly because, depending on the nature of the situation, the law may limit the amount of time you have to answer, and a judgement against you might be rendered without giving you a chance to defend yourself.
We’d suggest getting legal advice. A lawyer can assess the situation and review your options. Taking someone to court won’t always be the best course of action.
It certainly can be. In addition to the outcome, there are still lawyer fees and court costs to deal with. Even if you win, there could still be a cost to you. Mediation would generally be preferable, but in the instance it fails, we can guide you through your options.

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