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Building Matters

Whether you are a builder, developer or home owner, the building contract lawyers at RRR (Rossi, Ryan, & Raniga) Lawyers can assist you with both contractual advice and representation with a wide range of building matters and contractual issues. Our construction dispute lawyers have extensive experience both in the conduct of disputes involving building issues and appearance at VCAT, in the County and Supreme Court and other jurisdictions.

Construction Law

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Building Contract Review Services

Building contracts can be very difficult to understand, which means that some homeowners may not completely understand what their contract stipulates. At RRR Lawyers, we highly recommend that anyone who will be signing a building contract should arrange for building contract lawyers to review the contract first. Not doing so can end up costing you a significant amount of time and money if any issues with the contract aren’t disclosed and addressed as soon as possible.

Our building lawyers in Melbourne are available to provide clients with comprehensive building contract review services and advice that outlines the terms and conditions of your building contract and what your rights and responsibilities are.

Planning and Appeals

RRR Lawyers has building lawyers in Melbourne that offer services in planning matters and appeals against local authority decisions concerning planning matters, as well as offering representation before VCAT and in other jurisdictions.

Our success ratio speaks for our work. Our construction dispute lawyers in Carlton have successfully resolved hundreds of disputes, adhering to building dispute law.

Discuss Your Building Law Matter Today

If you require legal advice relating to building and construction law, contact us on (03) 9387 2424. Our home building dispute lawyers in Melbourne are available to help you with your requirements.

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