Areas of Practice

  • Commercial Law

  • Equity/Trusts

  • Property Law

  • Sale of land

  • Retail Tenancies

  • Alternative dispute resolution

  • Appointed Senior Counsel in November 2014 and QC in March 2015 



  1. #1 by Colleen Danaher. - CEA, REIV on February 9, 2015 - 11:42 pm

    I have a situation where a tenant is disputing 2 quarterly owner’s corp payments relating to maintenance levy and a special levy for water damage to an exterior wall which is part of a common area. He believes he should’nt be paint these accounts under the retail leases Act and that these are for capital expenditure. Can you define Capital Works/Expenditure versus Maintenance. Is there any case studies I can view covering this type of enquiry?

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