Matthew Jones

Senior Lawyer

Matthew’s primary areas of practice are:

As our senior property lawyer, Matthew has substantial experience and understanding of all aspects of property and commercial law.

He has handled a diverse range of property-related transactions including:

  • commercial sales and purchases;
  • retirement village sales and purchases;
  • residential sales and purchases;
  • commercial leasing;
  • retail leasing; and
  • retirement village leasing.

Mathew’s many referral sources are testament to the quality of service and advice he and his team will provide to clients during the course of their transactions.

Matthew is determined to ensure that the matters he works on are always managed effectively and efficiently. He has strong negotiation skills and will work to ensure that clients' needs are paramount to the strategy engaged in each individual matter.

Matthew also assists his clients to meet their requirements in the areas of Wills and Estate planning.

Matthew is also a Notary Public.


Law Society of New South Wales - Member

Recent articles by Matthew

Electronic funds transfers and fraud

Electronic Funds Transfer warning - everything is not always as it seems

A recent (2020) New South Wales Supreme Court decision in Deligiannidou v Sundarjee [2020] NSWSC 437 is a cautionary tale for anyone sending money electronically, particularly large sums of money in property transactions.
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Commercial Rent Freeze NSW due to coronavirus

Commercial rent during COVID-19: how does the freeze on increases work?

The economic consequences of Australia's response to COVID-19, for both owners and occupiers of commercial and retail properties, have been extremely negative. This article addresses a freeze on rental increases during the pandemic.
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NSW Land Tax Concessions for Landlords During COVID-19

NSW 2020 Land Tax concessions for landlords (commercial and residential) during COVID 19

Many landlords are feeling the negative financial impacts of Australia's actions to ward off the most negative consequences of the COVID 19 pandemic. The New South Wales government is providing some relief to landlords by way of Land Tax concessions.
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