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Cameron Sheather

Expertise

Cameron is an experienced property and real estate lawyer with a particular focus on sales and acquisitions, development, titling and strata and community scheme projects.

Cameron can advise on the entire property process – from due diligence, to acquisition, development, titling and ultimate disposal. 

Experience

At Holding Redlich, Cameron mainly works for property developers, real estate investment trusts, government agencies and superannuation funds. His experience includes:

  • advising government agencies in relation to compulsory acquisition matters, subdivisions, easements and leasing
  • advising in relation to the subdivision of land with special expertise in relation to strata and community scheme subdivisions
  • drafting and negotiating section 88B instruments, by-laws and management statements for strata and community schemes
  • the sale and purchase of retail, commercial and residential property
  • drafting master contracts for “off-the-plan” sales
  • advising in relation to rural property transactions, including dealing with water and environmental issues, environment protection licences and taxation considerations, and
  • drafting and negotiating retail, commercial and telecommunications leases and licences.

Cameron acts for the following major clients of Holding Redlich:

  • Transport for NSW (and panel agencies)
  • Frasers Property
  • Delfin Lendlease
  • Lendlease
  • Jessica Investments Pty Ltd
  • Peet Group (including CIC Australia)

Publications

02 April 2014 - Knowledge

Postponement of changes to the swimming pool disclosure requirements

#Property & Real Estate

On 28 March 2014 the Office of Local Government issued a Circular to Councils announcing that the provisions in the Swimming Pools Amendment Act 2012 (NSW) (Amending Act) requiring a property with a swimming pool to have a certificate of compliance...

10 April 2019 - Knowledge

Residential Focus

#Property & Real Estate

Conditions across Australia’s construction sector remain weak, but they’re not quite as severe as they were earlier in the year. Activity levels for residential and commercial construction are going backwards but are stable for engineering firms.

08 April 2019 - Knowledge

Inside track: Property & Real Estate

#Property & Real Estate

Home values slipped mostly around the country, but held steady in one capital city, according to the latest CoreLogic data. Combined, the daily home value index fell by 0.2 of a percentage point in the week ending 24 March. Houses remained more popular than units, and the average time for houses on market continued to remain high in most capital cities