Due Diligence

Due Diligence

In Queensland, most commercial transactions are conducted on the basis of “buyers beware”.

“Due diligence” is the process where a prudent person undertakes enquiries to ensure that the decision they make is fully informed. This process is designed to minimise the risk to the buyer of any unexpected costs, delays or problems with the property or business.

Our team of experts can undertake the “due diligence” process in relation to:

  • Agri-business approvals and status
  • Business licences and approvals
  • Builders claims history with the Building Services Authority
  • Contamination listings and contaminated site development
  • Contract reviews
  • Commercial document reviews
  • Development Approvals
  • Employee entitlements
  • Financier requirements
  • Food licensing
  • Gaming Machine Act approvals
  • Health approvals
  • Heritage approvals
  • Lease reviews
  • Liquor licensing
  • Local authority approvals and licences
  • Property searches
  • Title searches – current owners & historical
  • Town planning investigations
  • Vegetation mapping and clearing approvals
  • Water Licences

Contact Information

Direct Line: 07 4616 9803
Email Address: tonyr@murdochs.com.au