Morgan

Daniel Morgan

Partner

Areas of expertise

Overview

Dan has significant experience working with local, national and overseas private and corporate clients (including property and business owners and developers), government business enterprises and state-owned corporations.

He provides advice on property acquisitions, disposals and development, due diligence, commercial and retail leasing and large-scale community housing transactions. Dan also has experience in finance and security, acting for banks, other financial institutions and lenders.

His expertise includes advising on risk allocation, development and ownership structures, finance and security arrangements and subdivision issues.

Dan has been recognised as one of the leading property and real estate lawyers in Tasmania with Page Seager’s Property Group achieving a first tier ranking amongst firms practising within the areas of transactional and real property.

Experience

Dan has a strong reputation for providing strategic and risk management advice in a timely and pragmatic manner.

Examples of recent significant matters include:

  • acting in the acquisition and development of a large hotel for an international development company;
  • acting for a community housing provider in its acquisition and management of a $100m property portfolio from the State Government and the construction of 400 new dwellings;
  • acting in the establishment, acquisition and leasing of a major retail chain of stores across Australia and subsequent share sale;
  • acting as the sole legal provider in Tasmania to a large agricultural bank; and
  • undertaking sales and acquisitions, and commercial and retail leasing on behalf of state-owned corporations.

Dan regularly provides training and seminars to clients and commercial agents across the  State. He is the inaugural Chairman of Tasmanian charity Speak Up Stay Chatty and he sits on the Board of a number of other not for profit entities and development funds.

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