Our construction team provides a comprehensive range of construction-related legal services for developers, investors, owners, vendors, purchasers, property funds and significant overseas corporate investors in the Australian real estate market.

Security of Payment legislation protects businesses operating in all jurisdictions in Australia. Tisher Liner FC Law’s construction lawyers have broad knowledge of the operation of these important statutes and their effect on businesses in the construction industry.

We work with our clients on every phase of construction projects, from acquisition of buildings and sites, through to development, amalgamation of portfolios, leasing and sales. We have significant expertise in advising on the structure of developments, including where there are multiple uses, various stratum lots, shared facilities, easements and contributions to expenses.

Our aim is to highlight the risks and identify potential areas of dispute to minimise the chances of litigation. We are particularly experienced in litigation and dispute resolution of construction matters, at both a local and state level.

The firm has extensive experience in the negotiation, preparation and enforcement of all types of commercial and industrial construction contracts. We have the expertise and the dedication to ensure we always create the best legal strategy to meet our clients’ needs.

 

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Phone: +61 (03) 8600 9333

Email: info@tlfc.com.au

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