Nina is a Principal in the firm’s Property team and has worked with McInnes Wilson Lawyers since 2007.
Nina’s expertise relates to the development, acquisition and sale of property. She advises private and institutional developers in residential, commercial and industrial property matters, particularly community titles schemes and land subdivisions.
She has expertise in the following areas:
- Property acquisitions and sales including negotiation and preparation of contracts;
- Development of off the plan residential and industrial land and unit developments;
- Subdivisions, incorporating both one and multi stage developments (including preparation of contracts, easement documentation and registration of plans with relevant authorities);
- Advising on, drafting and registration of lease documentation; and
- Preparing and negotiating loan and security documentation for lenders and borrowers in connection with land acquisitions and land developments.
- Bachelor of Laws, University of Queensland
- Bachelor of Business Management (Real Estate & Development), University of Queensland
- Solicitor of the Supreme Court of Queensland
- Property acquisitions and sales
- Development of off the plan residential and industrial land and unit developments
- Advising on, drafting and registration of lease documentation
- Preparing and negotiating loan and security documentation
- Member, Urban Development Institute of Australia (UDIA)
- Member, Queensland Law Society
Nina's recent publicationsView All Articles
26 Feb 2018
There are upcoming changes to GST that will affect “new residential premises” and “potential residential land”, which will require a buyer to pay GST directly to the ATO as part of the settlement process. The Bill setting out the...Read More
09 Feb 2017
W is for When to Settle Most purchasers want to settle on Friday as it gives them the weekend to move in. This is understandable as it minimises the time of work and the disruption that a move can cause. One of the considerations, though, is what if...Read More
18 Jan 2017
S is for Stamp Duty Stamp duty is a levy imposed by the state government on transfers of property, it is a significant impost and is paid by the purchaser. As a rule of thumb, it will equate to around 5% of the purchase price. There are a few key...Read More