Saunders & Staniforth are a town planning and valuation firm based in Orange, NSW – incorporated in April 2004 and shortly afterwards merged with RJ Patfield & Co – a business owned by, at various times, Helen & Robert Patfield.
Its offices are at:
Its key personnel are:
Andrew Saunders – town planner and valuer
Mitch Staniforth – valuer
Bob Patfield – valuer (apparently de-merged his business with Saunders & Staniforth around 2009?).
A search of the ASIC register of Saunders & Staniforth does not find any relevant ASIC filing.
If you know anything about Bob Patfield, Saunders & Staniforth and the alleged merger – please contact us on the messenger chat tool below, bottom right corner or use the form at bottom.
Saunders & Staniforth personnel claim to be members of the Australian Property Institute.
One of our related companies has bought legal proceedings against Saunders & Staniforth in the NSW District Court, alleging professional negligence.
Another associated party – Busifund – Legal Services Capital Trust – is accepting investments with an opportunity to share in the fruits of litigation against Saunders & Staniforth. The fund, Busifund – Legal Services Capital Trust presently (as at December 2020) has an information memorandum in the market and is accepting investments from sophisticated and wholesale investors only (e.g. superfunds and others complying with the definition of sophisticated and wholesale investors).
If you believe that you qualify as a sophisticated investors or wholesale clients and you’d like to consider an investment in the trust, a copy of the BUSiFUND Legal Services Capital Trust Information Memorandum – click here or click the instant messenger chat in the bottom right corner.
For more information – chat with us live using our instant chat tools (bottom corners), book an appointment or call now on 1300-327123 (till late).
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