Claire Martin

Claire Martin Dip. Law LPAB, LLM (Applied Law - Property Law)

Senior Associate

Starting out as a Law Clerk in 2000, Claire has effected thousands of settlements providing extensive knowledge in the conveyancing process and first-hand experience of complications on settlements and lodgement. Claire studied Law through LPAB/LEC (USyd) whilst working full time in areas of Conveyancing, Commercial Law and Family Law.

Recently heading up the property department at KREISSON and embracing PEXA (electronic settlements), Claire has been able to turn her property purchasing hobby into a career. She is admitted to the Supreme Court of NSW and the High Court of Australia.

Claire has her Masters in Applied Law – Property Law and received a lot of industry attention following the successful completion of the first paperless conveyance of Australian Real Property as part of her research for her Thesis titled the “Impact of technology on conveyancing”.


Claire works in Kreisson’s property team assisting clients with:
  • Leases,
  • Easements and/or Covenants,
  • Conveyancing – buying and selling property,
  • Surveys,
  • Development Applications and Town Planning,
  • Strata and Community Titles,
  • Old system title issues,
  • Torrens title,
  • Co-ownership,
  • Mortgages,
  • Equitable interests,
  • Priorities,
  • Caveats,
  • Trusts, as well as many other issues that may arise in any property or development transaction.

Claire is a keen property investor and has personal experience as a Vendor, Purchaser, Lessor, Lessee, Mortgagor, and Guarantor and is looking forward to her next personal property project once a suitable development has been located.

Her other interests in the law also include Restorative Justice and integration of advances in Neuroplasticity in judicial sentencing. Claire’s ultimate career goal is to be a Judge, ruling the Real Property List of the Supreme Court of NSW.

Claire is a supreme multi-tasker and organiser. She is the Chair of the Young Lawyers Property Law Committee as well as a committee member of the NSW Law Society’s Property Law Committee. She is prevalent and well connected in the Sydney-metropolitan area, especially on Sydney’s Northern Beaches and Lower North Shore. Claire is on the Board of Directors of Manly Rugby Union Football club as Assistant-Treasurer.


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