We believe that every person is entitled to have the benefit of good legal advice for a reasonable fee
Proctor Phair Lawyers has been in practice since 1962 and collectively we have 80 years experience and can provide you with advice and represent you in the following areas of practice:
Equity and Trusts
We can assist you with and protect you in relation to the law of equitable assignments, including voluntary assignments of legal property, voluntary assignments of equitable property, assignments for value, assignments of future property, assignments of choses in action.
We can advise you on and prepare for you equitable defences, including acquiescence, equitable set-off, laches, unclean hands, release, and waiver, and advise you on remedies in equity, including account, appointment of a receiver, damages, delivery up and cancellation of documents, equitable compensation, following and tracing, injunctions, rectification, relief from penalties and forfeiture, rescission, restitution, setting aside a judgment obtained by fraud, and specific performance.
We can provide you with advice concerning the creation and nature of different types of trusts, requirements for trusts, Also the appointment of trustees, beneficiaries, duties and liabilities of trustees, and powers and rights of trustees.
We can give you advice on unconscionable transactions, including fraud in equity, pressure as fraud, mistake, misrepresentation, undue influence, and unconscionable bargains.
- Administrative Law and Judicial Review
- Bankruptcy and Insolvency Law
- Banking and Finance Law
- Building and Construction Law
- Commercial Law
- Consumer Law
- Contract Law
- Conveyancing and Property Law
- Corporate Law
- Employment Law
- Equity and Trusts
- Family Law
- Intellectual Property Law
- Leases and Tenancies
- Media and Communications
- Partnership and Business Entities
- Personal Property Law
- Personal Property Securities
- Will and Estate Planning