Bridget Cameron

Special Counsel

Bridget specialises in property law, advising clients in relation to commercial and residential property developments and associated finance, subdivisions, unit title issues, leasing, commercial and residential building contracts and construction, property acquisitions and disposals and land related issues.

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Bridget works with a number of leading developers and well-known national businesses on all their property and related needs. She works alongside clients from the initial stages of any proposed development or property issue, providing strategies for the best approach right through to completion or resolution. She regularly works with clients when they are looking to consolidate their property portfolio and advises on the sale of commercial properties, office buildings and other commercial/industrial premises. She also has an interest in unit title issues.

Bridget has presented seminars to legal professionals on earthquake strengthening issues and also property tips and hints to first home buyers.

Recent highlights

  • Acting on the sale of a large mixed use commercial building with carparking and retail aspects

  • Advising a client on a staged unit title apartment development

  • Advising on fee simple subdivisions with residents’ associations

  • Advising a client on the sale of its commercial aviation based premises from contract negotiation to sale

  • Advising a client on lease negotiations and development of its industrial site

  • assisting with due diligence in connection with acquisition of commercial and industrial sites

  • Advising clients on acquisition of “off the plans” residential properties

  • Acting for developer clients on development finance matters

  • Negotiating leases for commercial premises and advising on leasing disputes

Insights

Unit Titles Act – final changes came into effect on 9 May 2024

24 May 2024

Duncan Cotterill helps secure the sale of Taska Prosthetics to the Eqwal Group

5 June 2024

Land Covenants in New Zealand: a guide

27 May 2024

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