Construction Law

Construction lawDundas Lawyers advises on all aspects of construction law and construction litigation.

Construction law, advice and litigation

Our legal services in this area include (but are by no means limited to):

  • Compliance with the Queensland Building and Construction Commission Act 1991;
  • Implementation and operation of the Building Industry Fairness (Security of Payment) Act 2017;
  • Contractual obligations under standard form contracts issued by the HIA, MBA and QBCC;
  • Building and Construction litigation before the Queensland Civil and Administrative Tribunal, the courts of Queensland and the New South Wales Civil and Administrative Tribunal;
  • Directions to rectify alleged defective building work issued by the Queensland Building and Construction Commission;
  • Claims under the statutory insurance scheme;
  • Debt recovery and negligence claims;
  • Contractor and subcontractor disputes;
  • Industrial relations;
  • Front end contract review and advice;
  • Drafting contract special conditions;
  • Contract variations;
  • Contract termination;
  • Non-completion warranty insurance claims;
  • Project bank account compliance;
  • Progress payment claims ;
  • Progress payment claim schedules;
  • Adjudication of disputed progress payment claims;
  • Subcontractors’ chargers;
  • Unlicensed building work;
  • Quantum merit claims;
  • QBCC investigations;
  • QBCC internal reviews;
  • QBCC disciplinary decisions and proceedings;
  • QBCC licence suspensions;
  • QBCC licence bans;
  • Offences under the Queensland Building and Construction Commission Act 1991;
  • Domestic and commercial building contract disputes;
  • Representation and advocacy at court and tribunal ordered mediations; and
  • Building and construction litigation.

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Contact us for a confidential discussion

For further information on how Dundas Lawyers Gold Coast can assist your organisation, please contact me personally for an obligation free and confidential discussion:

Mitch Brown - Dundas LawyersMitch Brown Dip.T.,BA.,LL.B.,MQLS.
Legal Practice Director – Dundas Lawyers Gold Coast Pty Ltd
Telephone: 07 5646 9174
Mobile: 0420 205 105
1300 386 539 | 1300 DUN LAW


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