Ari McCamley is a partner in Thynne + Macartney’s team of agribusiness lawyers.
Ari has acted in several of Queensland’s headline rural property transactions in the last 10 years, guiding clients through negotiations and consideration of taxation consequences and due diligence towards timely completion.
He assists farmers and graziers to protect their interests when buying and selling rural properties, running their businesses and dealing with mining and gas companies looking to access their land.
Ari’s clients are increasingly being affected by the increase in mining and coal seam gas exploration and production in rural Queensland. He has helped landholders to secure better outcomes when confronted with everything from preliminary access by resources companies through to compensation negotiations for open cut mines and extensive gas fields.
Ari has also developed expertise in environmental and planning laws (in particular those related to tree clearing, feedlots and rural subdivisions), water entitlements, leasehold land tenures and tenure conversion, compensation for statutory resumptions, leases, agistment agreements, share farming agreements and management and consultancy agreements.
Ari has developed strong relationships with other leading service providers and advisors to the farming and grazing industries and these relationships have benefited Ari’s clients.