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At Construction Legal we have a long history of resolving building and construction (as well as engineering) dispute resolution in Queensland and throughout Australia. Our team of building and construction lawyers have acted for government departments, various institutions, publicly and private building and construction companies and smaller businesses in the building, construction services.
We act in all Australian jurisdictions in all types of building and construction dispute resolution. Examples of dispute resolution include:
Alternative dispute resolution (ADR)
ADR employs a variety of different methods which do not include court proceedings which can result in an agreement which will be binding on the parties.
Mediation is the method of negotiating an agreement which will satisfy all of the parties to a disagreement without involving a third party in the dispute resolution.
Arbitration is a method of involving a third party ‘arbitrator’ to help to resolve and the dispute to end with an agreement which will satisfy all parties to a dispute.
Building and Construction Industry Payments Act 2004 (“BCIPA”) is the legislation which governs construction industry payment disputes.
The final alternative for building and construction disputes in litigation. Litigation is the adversarial negotiation between two opposing parties to a dispute, where no agreement can be reached.
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