If you are setting up a proprietary company (Pty Ltd), you can fly by the seat of your pants and just fall back on the suggested form of corporate Constitution provided by the Corporations Act 2001 (s 141). Nevertheless, most proprietary companies wisely adopt a customised Constitution with provisions specifically tailored to their commercial context […]


Project Risks

Project Risks

Analysis of commercial and contractual disputes almost always discovers problems at their heart caused by uncontrolled or unallocated risks. Quite often, the parties to a contract either did not collectively consider or assess the project risks at the centre of the dispute, or one or more of the parties to the commercial relationship assumed that […]


The Perils of Facebook – Social Media Defamation

Social Media Defamation

On a Saturday night, you’ve had a falling out or a bad customer experience at a local restaurant. After a few drinks, have you ever thought about logging onto Facebook and criticising, ridiculing, and degrading someone or some business to all and sundry on the internet? If you have, I suggest you stop and think […]


Women’s Superannuation

Women's Superannuation

One of the newest political battlegrounds is women’s superannuation, with the Labor Party recently announcing a $400 million funding proposal to boost the superannuation balances of those who have taken time off work to care for others. Due to women being on lower wages, on average, than men and because women also generally take more […]


Crowd-Sourced Funding (CSF) Is No Longer the Realm of Tech Start-ups or GoFundMe Campaigns

Crowd Sourced Funding

What began after the Global Financial Crisis in 2008 as an alternative source of capital raising for inventors, innovators, and entrepreneurs has now achieved mainstream acceptance following new changes to Crowd Sourced-Funding (CSF) laws. Australia’s ‘better late than never’ approach to legal reform has now finally brought the nation into line with the United States, […]


Raea Khan Circle
Director Lawyer
Raea Khan

Raea is Managing Director and Principal Lawyer for PBl Law Group. Raea assists clients with major projects, property developments, construction and strata law.

He has worked in Western Australia and Queensland assisting with expansion projects in the energy and resource sector and now predominately advises clients in Strata and Community Association matters.

He is a member of the Australian College of Strata Lawyers where majority of his work is advising developers and owners corporations with dispute related minor and major defects, strata governance and common property litigation. He is proficient at leading negotiations and meetings.

Raea has a particular interest in the commercial aspect of any dispute and always tries to weigh up the risk, reward and benefit of legal proceedings at each different stage.

Raea enjoys all forms of competitive sport, including Crossfit and actively participates in Triathlons, representing Australia as an age group athlete. He was a member of Red Head Surf Lifesaving club.

  • Strata Law
  • Construction & Major Projects
  • Commercial and Business Law
  • Planning & Environment Law