Jamie Robertson

Associate

Jamie specialises in commercial property, advising on a range of property transactions, leasing matters and construction projects.

Jamie regularly acts for clients on property transactions including commercial acquisitions, residential sales and purchases, and leasing for commercial tenancies. He also enjoys working with developer clients in relation to subdivisions, construction projects and unit title developments.

Jamie has a pragmatic approach to complex legal matters and seeks to collaborate with clients to achieve the best outcome

Jamie Robertson's insights

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

5 June 2024

Are you a not-for-profit group deciding whether to incorporate? Let's look at the pros and cons

30 May 2024

Land Covenants in New Zealand: a guide

27 May 2024

Recent highlights

  • Assisting Mackersy Property with the acquisition of Northlands Shopping Mall.
  • Supporting clients on the purchase, sale, leasing and development of industrial, logistics, office and retail commercial properties.
  • Advising clients on corporate and commercial transactions including subdivisions, financing, corporate structures and due diligence.
  • Supporting private clients with residential property transactions, development and estate planning.
  • Assisting government entities on construction projects including NZS construction contracts and tender documents.

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He tāngata

  • Acts for Whakatipu Community Hub Charitable Trust and advised on their recent acquisition and proposed development of a community facility in Queenstown.

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