Building & Construction

Adams & Partners Lawyers’ Building and Construction Law team specialises in the provision of advice to owners, builders, tradespersons and building professionals in both the residential building and construction industry.

Our team members, led by our director Peter Adams,  have been involved in providing legal advice and representing parties in all NSW Courts and Tribunals in the area of Building and Construction Law. We are also Panel Lawyers for, and members of, the Housing Industry Association (NSW & ACT), and members of the Master Builders Association.

Why Use Adams & Partners Lawyers?

A Building and Construction Lawyer should be a specialist in this area. Your lawyer must know, be experienced in and understand building contracts, the relevant legislation and the relevant venue for hearing of any dispute. They should also have the experience to mediate and/or conciliate any dispute before taking the matter to Court and understand the strict time limits that are imposed by the legislation and the building contract.

Our team can provide you with this support and, if necessary, provide other legal services that may be connected with the completion of your legal issues.

Types of Clients

We act for individuals, builders, tradespersons, architects, companies, partnerships, joint ventures and all parties involved in the building and construction industry.

How can we help you?

Adams & Partners Lawyers’ building and construction team can assist you with all matters in the building and construction industry including, but not limited to:

  • Residential building issues;
  • Applications to local Councils;
  • Land & Environment Planning matters;
  • Security of Payment Applications and Responses;
  • Commercial Building issues;
  • Building Contract negotiations and amendments;
  • Disputes arising under Building Contracts in both the Court System and the Tribunal system;
  • Mediations;
  • Debt Recovery;
  • Joint Venture Agreements.

Contact us today and find out how we can assist you.