With TNS Lawyers, you can keep your building and construction projects on track. Development projects are always complex and more often involve a large number of contracts with multiple parties and endless terms and conditions.
With a clear understanding of commercial decision drivers and various project delivery structures, our building and construction lawyers are able to deliver start to finish legal advice and services that are built around you and your circumstances.
As a full-service commercial law firm, we practice collaboration in order to provide support to our clients in related practices such as real estate law, corporate law, commercial law, and insolvency law. With combined individual knowledge, we are able to tackle complex construction law problems and deliver high-value outcomes.
Our clients include builders, contractors, and developers involved in construction projects ranging from small-scale residential developments to major commercial infrastructure. We also work with independent parties such as property owners (including homeowners), subcontractors, consultants, suppliers, engineers, architects, and surveyors.
As much as we are proud of our law firm’s extensive experience and diverse client portfolio, we also understand that they present unique circumstances most of the time. In order for us to make a difference, we personalise our services to match what a client needs.
Our Melbourne-based lawyers can assist you with:
Dealing with building disputes and disputes-turned-litigation doesn’t have to be time-consuming and expensive for any individual or business. Make sure to seek legal advice as soon as possible from a dispute solicitor about:
Our team can help resolve your building and construction issues, whether your matter is a commercial or domestic one. Engage us for expert assistance in:
What is the NCC code for Australia?
The National Construction Code (NCC) defines the minimum requirements for design and construction of building work (both new and existing buildings), safety, health, amenity, accessibility, and sustainability of certain buildings.
Who regulates the construction industry?
State and territory governments are responsible for regulating the construction industry in their respective jurisdictions. For example, in Victoria, the relevant agencies include the Victorian Building Authority.
We only do what we do best. We don’t dabble in areas that we don’t practice in every day.
We are results-driven. People say you should focus on the journey but we disagree. We focus on the results we get for our clients.
Ever wonder what it’s like being able to “phone a friend” and that friend happens to be your lawyer? We make sure you have a good experience with us every step of the way.