Tisher Liner FC Law has expertise in all aspects of leasing. Our highly skilled lawyers prepare both retail and non-retail leases and advise on leasing disputes. We also appear at the Small Business Commissioner and the Victorian Civil and Administrative Tribunal on behalf of clients.

In particular, we have extensive experience in:

  • Leases (Commercial, Retail, Industrial and Licensed Premises);
  • Shopping Centre Leases;
  • Disclosure statements;
  • Preparing agreements for lease;
  • Assignments and Transfers of lease;
  • Subleases and licence agreements;
  • Advice on leasing disputes;
  • Small Business Commissioner mediations and Retail Leases Act VCAT matters;
  • Liquor and Gaming Licensing;
  • Preparing cases opposing an application before Liquor Licensing Victoria; and
  • Dealing with objections to licences.

Our Specialists

Principal LLB(HONS), BCOM

Frank Tisher OAM

Frank specialises in drafting contractual documentation and in dealing with complex aspects of Property law including...
Principal BEc, LLB, LLM

Michael Fetter

Highly respected in his fields, Michael is renowned for his sharp business mind and ability to cut through superfluous...
Principal LLB(Hons), BSc(Hons)

Jonathan Tisher

Jonathan oversees all forms of property transactions and deals with the structuring of the transaction, the conveyance...
Principal BEc, LLB

Ron Cohen

Ron’s clients include large corporations and individuals that rely on him for all aspects of their legal...

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