Artboard 1Icon/UI/CalendarIcons/Ionic/Social/social-pinterestIcon/UI/Video-outline

Marsha Klipp


Senior Associate - Brisbane

Areas of Expertise

Property, Planning & Development


Marsha is an experienced property lawyer that prides herself on her client-centric approach and delivering valuable commercial outcomes for her clients. 

Marsha provides clients with advice in relation to a range of transactions and projects, including:

  • acquisitions and disposals of commercial, residential, industrial and retail properties
  • establishment of a strata scheme or community scheme
  • financing arrangements
  • off-the-plan projects and title structuring
  • sale and purchase of businesses
  • commercial, retail and industrial leasing
  • general property advices on easements, caveats and body corporate titling matters.


Marsha’s experience includes:

  • acting in the acquisition and disposal of capital property transactions
  • acting in the sale of a regional airline
  • negotiating and drafting retail, commercial and telecommunications leases
  • acting for foreign developers in the acquisition of land including from Council to facilitate an adjoining development for use as car parking land including drafting and negotiating volumetric easements in favour of Council
  • acting in the sale and purchase of child care centres, petrol stations, shopping centres and apartment complexes
  • acting for individual and corporate clients in the sale and purchase of businesses including real agency rent rolls, transport companies, restaurants and pubs including assignments of lease, liquor and gaming licencing and transfer of plant and equipment and charges pursuant to Personal Property Securities Act
  • acting for purchasers in the acquisition of rural farming properties including the transfer of water and road licences, dealing with agistment and relevant GST implications.


21 November 2023 - Knowledge

Changes to Sunset Dates in Queensland

#Property, Planning & Development

Buyers and sellers alike ought to be aware of the changes to the Land Sales Act 1984 (Qld) which refines the operation of sunset clauses in off-the-plan land sale contracts.

30 October 2023 - Knowledge

Queensland's property law reform 2023: Landmark changes and their impact on property transactions

#Property, Planning & Development

Queensland Parliament passed the Property Law Act 2023, a landmark legislative reform designed to modernise the state’s property laws and cultivate a market characterised by transparency and consumer-friendliness.

22 November 2022 - Knowledge

Importance of intention to be bound on execution of Heads of Agreement

#Property, Planning & Development

A recent Queensland Supreme Court decision in Sentinel Property Group Pty Ltd v ABH Hotel Pty Ltd [2022] QSC 165, highlights the importance of ensuring parties to a transaction understand whether they intend to be immediately bound on execution of a heads of agreement and whether they are, or not.

15 November 2022 - Knowledge

Proposal of statutory seller disclosure scheme in Queensland

#Property, Planning & Development

A draft of the proposed Property Law Bill 2022 is suggesting residential property sellers will have to supply particular information to a proposed buyer at the time of providing a Contract of Sale. If passed, these changes will fundamentally change the sale process in Queensland.

08 November 2022 - Knowledge

New residential tenancy reforms in Queensland

#Property, Planning & Development

From 1 October 2022, landlords are required to comply with new obligations when ending tenancies, reviewing pet applications and responding to repair and maintenance orders.

20 September 2022 - Knowledge

Mandatory eConveyancing in Queensland from February 2023

#Property, Planning & Development

Under the new Land Title Regulation 2022, certain types of instruments and documents for property transactions in Queensland will need to be lodged or deposited through an Electronic Lodgement Network from 20 February 2023.