Natalie Cosh is a senior associate in the Real Estate team. She has experience in a variety of property and corporate matters, including property and business acquisitions and disposals, corporate leasing, due diligence and financing arrangements.

    Natalie has experience in due diligence, both in property and finance, including matters relating to the Personal Properties Securities Act 2009 (CTH), drafting and negotiating lease documentation for both landlord and tenant, drafting and negotiating property and business acquisition and disposal agreements, drafting and negotiating finance arrangements for both lender and borrower, and facilitating property, business and finance transaction settlements. Since joining the Real Estate team, she has assisted clients such as Brookfield and Woolworths Limited with commercial leasing arrangements and the acquisition of new commercial ventures, assisted Far East Consortium with commercial property ventures in Perth, assisted mezzanine financiers with the provision of property development financing arrangements and assisted property developers with their financing arrangements.

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    • Acting for Brookfield in relation to various corporate transactions in respect of its properties at several Perth locations, including Bishops See and 108 St Georges Terrace.
    • Acted for Woolworths Limited on the acquisition of a liquor store, which involved due diligence, preparation of a business sale contract, preparation of a lease and preparation of a liquor licence transfer.
    • Acted for Woolworths Limited on various property acquisitions and disposals.
    • Acting for Alceon, a mezzanine financier, on property development financing arrangements.
    • Acted for an ASX-listed company to obtain finance from the Commonwealth Bank of Australia for approximately AU$20 million and a further refinance of AU$5 million, involving the negotiation of the finance and security documents.
    • Assisted a French group of companies with an Australian subsidiary to obtain a refinancing of approximately AU$100 million, involving the negotiation of the finance and security documents.
    • Acting for a Perth-based property developer to refinance an existing facility, involving the negotiation of the finance and security documents.
    • Legal due diligence on finance matters for the purchase of 70% of the share capital in a Perth-based mining company, including a review of finance agreements and security agreements.
    • Acted for foreign high-net-worth individuals acquiring residential real estate, including applications for FIRB approval.
    • Acting for government agencies as landlord and as tenant on various leasing matters.

    Education

    • Murdoch University, merit hons., 2009
    • University of Western Australia, B.P.H.E., 1997

    Admissions

    • Solicitor of the Supreme Court of Western Australia, 2010
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