Riba Business Lawyers
34 Duporth Avenue, Maroochydore QLD 4558
Riba Business Lawyers (formerly J J Riba and Company) is an Australian commercial law firm.
The firm works predominantly in Franchising, Leasing, Business Purchases, Business sales and Property Conveyancing.
Riba Business Lawyers has a special interest in assisting Brisbane and Sunshine Coast businesses with their legal needs.
Riba Business Lawyers service clients throughout Australia in relation to franchising matters.
Riba Business Lawyers commenced operation in 1998. The firm has acted for a number of large national franchise systems.
This firm prides itself on a quality team of lawyers and the ability of its lawyers to communicate in plain english, even when dealing with the most complex legal concepts.
Riba Business Lawyers can deliver services online and use a live chat function on their website to communicate annomously with first time clients and to provide basic information free of charge.
Our Team Profiles
Tricia has worked in conveyancing since 1993 and is a wealth of knowledge in the area of property transactions.
Adam has completed his law degree and post graduate studies in legal practice. Adam will be admitted to practice as a solicitor without supervision in 2011. Adam works in the area of business transactions and commercial leasing
Joe Riba has worked in commercial law since 1991. He has particular experience in franchising law having worked consistently for a number of national franchise systems since 1999.
Franchise disclosure documents contain important information
There are certain things you should know before you buy a franchised business
Please note that the following testimonials are collected, supplied and maintained by Riba Business Lawyers.
Some tips for you when buying or selling a business
This booklet will provide some information about the laws affecting franchising that are particularly useful to franchisees
This booket provides buyers and sellers with some information that should be considered as part of the purchase or sale of a business
Everyone should have a will. But there is more to making a will than just giving away some assets. This booklet provides information in relation to the risks of not looking at the bigger picture.