Tisher Liner FC Law's compulsory acquisition lawyers have expertise in compulsory acquisitions under the Land Acquisition and Compensation Act 1986 (Vic) ("LACA") and have acted in various major projects undertaken by the Victorian Government. Under the provisions of the LACA, the Victorian Government can acquire privately owned land for public purposes, either compulsorily or by negotiation.

Tisher Liner FC Law’s compulsory acquisition lawyers have expertise in compulsory acquisitions under the Land Acquisition and Compensation Act 1986 (Vic) and have acted in various major projects undertaken by the Victorian Government. Under the provisions of the Land Acquisition and Compensation Act, the Victorian Government can acquire privately owned land for public purposes, either compulsorily or by negotiation. As compulsory acquisition lawyers based in Melbourne, we can assist clients dealing with compulsory acquisition with all government projects in Victoria including:

We have acted for a significant number of land owners and tenants in various government infrastructure projects and we have been able to achieve excellent outcomes during the compulsory acquisition process for clients.

If you own a property or a business in the affected areas and may have your property acquired or affected directly, you should obtain advice from our experts immediately.

If you are part of one of the above projects or any other compulsory acquisition under the Land Acquisition and Compensation Act, our legal costs are recoverable from the relevant authority during the acquisition process up to any Court or Tribunal proceedings being issued.

It is important that you obtain advice from professionals as early as possible to ensure that you maximise the compulsory acquisition compensation for your particular circumstances. We can also assist you with obtaining professional assistance from other experts such as valuers and relocation experts.

Click here to view our Frequently Asked Questions on Compulsory Acquisition. 

For advice and assistance please contact Phillip Leaman, one of Tisher LIner FC Law’s compulsory acquisition lawyers. Phillip Leaman is an expert in compulsory acquisition matters and obtaining the best achievable outcomes for his clients.

 

 

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