Kuen Huang
Solic­i­tor Direc­tor
LL.B (Hons) Notary Pub­lic (NSW)
Accred­it­ed Spe­cial­ist in Prop­er­ty Law


Kuen Huang was called to the Bar in Lon­don in 1985. In 1986 she was admit­ted as an advo­cate and solic­i­tor of the High Court of Malaysia and prac­tised law in Kuala Lumpur for a peri­od of 4 years.


Kuen was admit­ted as a solic­i­tor of the Supre­me Courts of New South Wales and Vic­to­ria, Aus­tralia, in 1991 and began prac­tice in Syd­ney in one of the then most estab­lished law firms in Aus­tralia in its bank­ing and lat­er prop­er­ty law divi­sion.


After a peri­od of 3 years at the Syd­ney law firm, Kuen joined a finan­cial insti­tu­tion as a legal advis­er in its in-house legal depart­ment and was lat­er pro­mot­ed to the posi­tion of in-house legal cor­po­rate head. The finan­cial insti­tu­tion lat­er became a bank through a merg­er. The bank­ing and finance expe­ri­ence that Kuen gained at the said finan­cial insti­tu­tion has pro­vid­ed vast assis­tance to her cur­rent prac­tice.


Kuen lat­er joined a lead­ing prop­er­ty law firm in Syd­ney where she con­sid­er­ably broad­ened her expe­ri­ence in prop­er­ty law.


Kuen was a found­ing part­ner of Aequitas Attor­neys in 1998 and is cur­rent­ly the prin­ci­pal of Aequitas Lawyers.


Kuen is very high­ly regard­ed in the fol­low­ing areas of legal work:

  • Major com­mer­cial and retail prop­er­ty acqui­si­tions and sales.
  • Busi­ness and com­pa­ny acqui­si­tions and sales.
  • Retail and com­mer­cial leas­es includ­ing act­ing for shop­ping cen­tre own­ers.
  • Con­veyanc­ing of res­i­den­tial, com­mer­cial and retail prop­er­ties includ­ing as solic­i­tor for prop­er­ty devel­op­ers.
  • Advis­ing Own­ers Cor­po­ra­tions.
  • Prepa­ra­tion of loan, secu­ri­ty and ancil­lary doc­u­ments for var­i­ous types of finance facil­i­ties includ­ing con­struc­tion facil­i­ties, res­i­den­tial and com­mer­cial facil­i­ties.
  • Advis­ing banks, finan­cial insti­tu­tions and oth­er cred­it providers on the require­ments and oblig­a­tions under var­i­ous leg­is­la­tions includ­ing the Cor­po­ra­tions Act, the Real Prop­er­ty

Act, and the Duties Act.

  • Enforce­ment of secu­ri­ties for mort­gagees includ­ing Court pro­ceed­ings for pos­ses­sion.
  • Appoint­ments of receivers and man­agers pur­suant to gen­er­al secu­ri­ty deed.
  • Pro­bate and Let­ters of Admin­is­tra­tion for deceased estates.