Areas of expertise
Mark Crosswell graduated from the University of Tasmania in 2014 with a combined Bachelor of Business (Accounting) and Bachelor of Laws with First Class Honours in Law and admitted to the Supreme Court of Tasmania in August 2015.
Mark assists clients, including property owners and developers, with a broad range of property and commercial transactions and advice.
Mark has built a strong commercial practice and is recognised by his clients for providing practical, accurate and timely advice. Mark has experience in the following areas:
- commercial and residential property acquisitions and disposals;
- acquisition and disposal of businesses (both freehold and leasehold);
- commercial and residential leasing;
- loan and security advice including preparation of loan and mortgage documents;
- property developments and subdivisions; and
- general contract and commercial advice.
Some examples of matters Mark has recently been involved with include:
- providing jurisdictional advice to “big four” lenders in relation to $100m + finance structuring involving mortgages over property in Tasmania;
- providing property and security advice to a large agricultural lender;
- preparing lease documents and advice for a newly established retirement village, including advice relating to legislative compliance;
- the sale of shopping centre(s) for nationally-active investors;
- the negotiation of contracts for the sale of development sites to national social housing providers; and
- the sale of a heritage listed boutique hotel in Hobart.
Mark is currently a Director of Montagu Community Living and a Committee Member for the Sandy Bay Water Polo Club. He has also previously served on the Board of Water Polo Tasmania, the Committee of the Hobart Aquatic Club and the Law Society’s Young Lawyers Committee.