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Gayna Marlow
Senior Associate

Gayna Marlow

• Bachelor of Laws (Macquarie University)
• Bachelor of Arts (Macquarie University)

Admitted to Practice:
Supreme Court of New South Wales (1986)
• Supreme Court of Queensland (2003)

Contact Details:
• Brisbane    | 61 7 3229 6099
• Gold Coast | 61 7 5597 8888

  • Areas of Expertise

  • Experience

  • Affiliations & Memberships
  • Personal & Community

• Property Law
• Commercial Leasing
• Retail Shop Leasing
• Leasing Disputes

Gayna Marlow has had over 20 years experience in property law, specialising in leasing and commercial property transactions. Gayna has a wealth of knowledge in the property and commercial area in both New South Wales and Queensland having worked for over a decade at a top tier firm in Sydney and Brisbane.

She has extensive knowledge and experience in leasing. This includes a wide variety of types of buildings and land (including off the plan leasing) for corporations and government clients, including commercial, industrial and retail leases, airport site leases, telecommunication leases and retirement village leases.

Additionally, her experience in commercial law covers a diverse range of commercial agreements including, amongst others, consultancy service agreements, partnership agreements, and a variety of “one-off” agreements together with commercial property, conveyancing, and mortgage documentation.

However, the strength and focus of Gayna’s practice is in providing excellent service to achieve client satisfaction by developing strong relationships and getting to know the client’s business and objectives. It is through this, that Gayna can ensure she is meeting her clients’ needs and objectives and giving the best possible services.

•  Queensland Law Society
What is your favourite movie/book? Life is Beautiful.
Favourite food/drink? Prawns and wine.
Who would you like to share a meal with? If possible - my father.
What is your favourite holiday destination? Anywhere relaxing where I get waited on.
Who inspires you the most? "Ordinary" people, they are often anything but.