Australia

Behnia – S66G Trustee

Appointed by the Court as S66G Trustee based on Section 66G of the Conveyancing Act 1919 (NSW) (“the Act”) which provides a mechanism where disputing joint owners can have a real estate property sold. We were appointed by the Court to sell an $8 million dollar apartment in Pont Piper. We obtained the assistance of the NSW Sheriff to evict the tenant who had refused to vacate the property. Upon securing vacant possession of the property, we project managed significant restoration works before commencing a sales campaign for the property. The property was initially passed in at auction. Following the auction, we successfully negotiated and finalised the sale of the property to the highest bidder at the auction.

Cassegrain – S66G Trustee

Appointed by the Court as S66G Trustee based on Section 66G of the Conveyancing Act 1919 (NSW) (“the Act”) which provides a mechanism where disputing joint owners can have a real estate property sold. We were appointed by the Court, followed a long running family dispute subject to significant litigation. The appointment was over property comprising six lots in regional NSW (mid north coast), which had a small farming operation and homestead. We secured vacant possession of the property, before commencing a sales campaign for the property. The property was initially passed in at auction. Over the course of a few weeks after the auction, we successfully negotiated and finalised the sale of the property via private treaty.

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