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Stacey Collins


Having commenced her professional legal career in a small general practice, Stacey’s litigation background has enhanced her ability to address conflicts (should they arise during negotiations) and facilitate commercially desirable outcomes.

Stacey has extensive experience in commercial, industrial and retail leasing nationally and has acted for a range of clients including a private hospital, international companies, property trusts, utility companies and other government bodies.


Stacey’s recent leasing experience includes:

  • stream leasing on behalf of an international property group in relation to its New South Wales leased assets including variations, incentive deeds, assignments, deeds of surrender, make good deeds, subleases and car parking, storage and signage licences
  • property related aspects associated with the purchase of a pharmacy business comprising 18 leased pharmacy sites in Queensland, New South Wales and Victoria. The scope of work includes lease due diligence, negotiating the assignment and variation documentation, negotiating the flow through subleases with the various pharmacy franchising entities and the associated deeds of consent
  • acting on behalf of a private hospital in relation to the development of adjunct specialist centres in New South Wales and Western Australia including drafting and negotiating the heads of agreements, agreements for lease and leases and liaising with the hospital’s design team to ensure the landlord works specifications adhere to health and safety standards for the relevant discipline (eg radiation oncology)
  • acting on behalf of a developer in Sydney’s south western fringe in relation to a 3 staged commercial development including negotiating agreements for lease and leases with major tenant entities, various fast food restaurant operators and a petroleum station operator
  • acting on behalf of a range of tenants (including entities with stores in excess of 1,000 nationally) in relation to their leasing requirements including agreement to leases, leases, car parking and storage licences, assignments, surrenders and COVID related deeds.