Brad joined Connolly Suthers in 1991. He was admitted to practise as a lawyer in Queensland in 1996.
Brad practised as a lawyer in London and as a legal consultant to the British High Commission in Trinidad. Returning home, he became an Associate of Connolly Suthers in 1998, and a Partner in 2000.
Brad is an accredited specialist in property law and has extensive experience in property law matters, including residential, rural and commercial conveyancing, commercial leasing, town planning and land resumption compensation matters.
Brad provides legal advice to clients in a number of substantial residential and commercial land and strata unit projects developed throughout North and South East Queensland and specialises in Body Corporate and Community Management Act issues.
Brad Skinner's expertise and experience in property law comes into play every day in meeting the many needs of Connolly Suthers' clients.
Assistant: Celeste Allen
P 4729 6643
Areas of Practice
Commercial and industrial property conveyancing
Leasing of commercial and industrial premises and retail shops
The subdivision and sale of vacant land in master planned communities and land titling issues
Body Corporate and Community Management Act title structuring advice and off the plan unit sale contracts
Town Planning appeals, Infrastructure Agreements and general advice
Land resumption compensation claims
Environmental Protection Act offences/prosecutions
Body Corporate disputes
Rural property conveyancing, subleasing and stock agistment agreements
- Solicitor of the Supreme Court of Queensland and High Court of Australia
- Bachelor of Laws (James Cook University)
- Queensland Law Society Property Law Accredited Specialist
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