As an Associate Joy works predominantly with the Commercial team. She has extensive expertise in commercial and property law.Get in touch now
About Joy Yuan
Joy was raised and educated in China and New Zealand. Joy obtained her Law degree in New Zealand and did her MBA studies in Boston USA. She has a good understanding of both western and eastern cultures and speaks fluent Chinese.
As a Senior Solicitor at Turner Hopkins Joy works predominantly with the Commercial team and leading our Chinese legal team. She has extensive expertise in commercial and property law. Her strong commercial and business sense ensures that the most professional and practical advice is provided to her clients. Joy also enjoys presenting legal seminars and webinars to the local Chinese-speaking community and enjoys giving back to the community.
Prior to joining Turner Hopkins In June 2017, some of her work included:
- Acting for a Chinese company in the sale of its factory worth US$10 million to a New Zealand publicly listed company.
- Advise clients on shareholders agreements and joint venture agreements;
- Acting for clients purchasing and negotiating for franchises businesses;
- Acting for clients buying and selling motels, liquor stores, dairies and restaurants;
- Acting on behalf of commercial building, farm and property developers on sale and purchase transactions;
- Acting for Business clients to set up new businesses;
- Acting for developer clients on large section subdivisions.
Joy enjoys a challenge and always ensures that clients receive advice in a timely and effective manner. She is highly recommended by her clients.
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Reviews for Joy Yuan
“I just wanted to send my compliments for your service Joy, in particular in seeking an appropriate property for my business. During that period you have given me valuable information and guidance in processing the buying procedures smoothly.”
“Joy, we cannot thank you enough for your help with our purchase! You have been wonderful to deal with and so proactive (and patient with my numerous emails). We will be visiting NZ in April so will make sure we drop in to thank you in person.”