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Hayley Harvey - Senior Associate

Hayley Harvey Hayley advises on all types of litigation and dispute resolution matters.

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Hayley advises on all types of litigation and dispute resolution matters, including disputes related to commercial contracts, breach of directors’ duties, body corporate and property disputes; and manufactured homes and residential tenancy disputes.

Her experience includes assisting with trial preparation and appearing in matters before QCAT, Magistrates Court, District Court, Supreme Court and facilitating out of court settlements.

Hayley holds qualifications in Laws (First Class Honours) and Arts from Victoria University and is admitted as a solicitor in Queensland and in the High Court of Australia.  Hayley is a member of the Queensland Law Society’s Wellbeing Working Group with our Managing Partner, Bruce Humphrys.

Areas of Practice

  • Acting for a national operator of medical centres in various separate proceedings it has commenced in the Supreme Court of Queensland as well as in other Courts against doctors who had failed to perform the terms of their Contracts, and in which substantial damages were sought.
  • Acting for a national operator of medical centres in seeking to enforce restraints in circumstances where the doctor had ceased practicing at the centre and had commenced practicing within the restraint area and contrary to the terms of the restraint.
  • Acting for purchasers of residential property in actions for professional negligence against the solicitors that acted for them on the conveyances, and negotiating outcomes with the professional indemnity insurer with respect to such claims.
  • Acting for the Victorian Government in relation to the high profile litigation resulting from the 2009 Victorian bushfires.
  • Advising manufactured home park owners as to their rights and obligations under the Manufactured Homes (Residential Parks) Act 2003 (Qld)
  • Acting for manufactured home park owners in Queensland Civil and Administrative Tribunal (QCAT) disputes concerning increases in site rent pursuant to Sections 69 and 71 of the Act.
  • Acting for the Receivers and Managers of, the “Port of Airlie” development at Airlie Beach in respect of a range of matters.
  • Advising commercial lot owners in body corporate matters and disputes under the Body Corporate and Community Management Act 1997 (Qld), as well as acting for those parties in dispute resolution applications filed with the Commissioner for Body Corporate and Community Management, including acting for a commercial lot owner in a residential and commercial body corporate in respect of various disputes with the body corporate.