Dr Chris Boge primarily is an adviser to government and private entities on a range of commercial and property-related matters, particularly those concerning State or Crown land.
He is especially recognised for his knowledge and experience in all aspects of land tenure, whether of a private or public nature, and in obscure property issues. Chris is a widely published author in these areas and is also a part-time law lecturer.
Chris is uniquely positioned to provide specialist advice on, and apply practical knowledge to, a variety of government and commercial legal issues and transactions.
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South East Queensland Councils: Chris advises several local governments on matters relating to the management of their tidal and non-tidal waterways, including issues relating to public and private infrastructure, and tidal and non-tidal watercourse boundaries
Queensland government: Recently, Chris advised the government on the most appropriate land tenure structure for accommodating a significant market-led sustainable energy project on public purpose land
Queensland government: Chris has developed various legislative solutions over the years (which have been adopted by the government) relating to land tenure and real estate issues generally
South East Queensland water entities: Chris regularly advises water entities on their legislative functions and powers.
See Government Services
Various clients: Chris acts for, and advises, all levels of government, government authorities, and private clients in relation to real estate transactions and real estate issues, particularly those relating to non-freehold land.
See Real Estate