Litigation, Real Estate & Commercial
Aylward Game Solicitors Brisbane was established in 1998 and are based in modern and attractive (and we think quite unique) offices in Brisbane’s CBD, providing high-quality legal advice and representation to clients throughout Queensland and more widely around Australia. As your local Brisbane lawyer or solicitor, our role is to protect your rights and promote your best interests.
Our Partners Mark Game and Ian Field have more than 40 years of experience of legal practice between them. At Aylward Game Solicitors we are committed to working with you to find practical, efficient and cost-effective solutions tailored to your specific needs, whether they are straightforward or highly complex matters in a variety of legal specialities and expertise.
As your solicitor, lawyer or attorney our role is to protect your rights and promote your best interests. Our founding partner Mark Game has strong expertise in vendor finance techniques and partner Ian Field in the collaborative law approach to dispute resolution, especially in the area of Family Law. Ian Field is an Accredited Specialist in Family Law.
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Aylward Game Solicitors comprise a powerhouse team of Brisbane Lawyers and supporting staff that are committed to the traditionally practiced values of the legal profession.
The legal force Aylward Game Solicitors and their collective lawyers will harness nearly 50 cumulative years of experience in the fields of family law, employment law and commercial business law; with expertise in divorce and dispute resolution as well as vendor finance and the full range of business, banking and finance law.
The importance of this stage, which occurs after all contractual conditions have been met but prior to settlement, cannot be understated as there is now a binding unconditional contract in place and failure to settle as provided in the contract will expose you to liability.
As a matter of law, this is an example of a “condition precedent” as the condition must be met, unless its failure to be met is excused, before performance under a contract becomes due and before any contractual duty exists.