Jason Dunn

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Jason Dunn | Partner

Areas of Practice

  • Property
  • Retirement Villages
  • Commercial & Business
  • Leases
  • Estate Planning
  • Probate

Jason Dunn first joined Baker Love Lawyers in 2012 before working as a sole practitioner and later returning to Baker Love Lawyers in 2018 and becoming a Partner in October 2019.

Having graduated with a Bachelor of Commerce with a major in accounting from the University of Newcastle in 1996 and a Bachelor of Laws from the University of New England in 2002, Jason was admitted as a solicitor in 2003.

Jason also has several years of accounting and taxation experience in public practice, is a former long serving board member of the Newcastle Art Gallery Foundation, and a current a board member of local club Wallsend Diggers.

Examples of specific types of matters

  • Conveyancing and property law.
  • Acting for retirement village operators and residents.
  • Acting and advising property developers on residential and commercial subdivisions.
  • Providing advice and acting in Self-Managed Superannuation Fund property purchases.
  • Drafting wills and providing estate planning advice.
  • Drafting and advising on commercial and retail leases.
  • Business succession advice and drafting of shareholder and unitholder agreements.
  • Asset protection and business structuring advice.
  • Acting on behalf of executors and beneficiaries on applications for probate.

Qualifications and memberships

  • Bachelor of Commerce
  • Bachelor of Laws
  • Graduate Diploma of Professional Legal Practice
  • Law Society of NSW

Outside of Work

Jason keeps busy with his young family and in his spare time is a keen motorcycle racer regularly competing in historic road racing and is actively involved in his local community as a Councillor of the City of Newcastle.

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