Guide to Due Diligence 2003
DATE 03 Dec 2003
FORMAT Electronic PDF
CONTACT Research Support - 02 9033 1900
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A guide to due diligence issues related to the acquisition, divestment and portfolio management of commercial, industrial and retail properties.

Due diligence involves the process of thoroughly investigating and substantiating all information and issues with the aim of becoming comprehensively informed and better placed to judge commercial risk.

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While the material contained in this publication is based on information which the Property Council of Australia (including its Directors, officers, employees and agents, hereafter referred to as the Property Council) understands to be reliable, its accuracy and completeness cannot be guaranteed. This publication is general and does not take into account the particular circumstances or needs of any person who may read it. You should obtain independent advice from suitably qualified consultants and professionals before making any decisions in relation to the contents of this publication. The Property Council is not liable and accepts no responsibility for any claim, loss or damage of whatever nature suffered by any person or corporation who relies or seeks to rely on any information, advice or opinion contained in this publication, or otherwise given by the Property Council.