Dispute Resolution

In the field of property law there are many opportunities for disputes to arise – from tenancy disputes through to disputes over builders’ payments, contract issues and challenges to the legality of major developments. The team here at Coleman Greig is experienced in all aspects of dispute resolution, including mediation and arbitration. 
At Coleman Greig, we adopt a flexible approach to dispute resolution. We believe that a solution can be found to most issues without the need for costly Court action and we are committed to resolving our clients’ business disputes in a professional manner and, most importantly, with concern for the commercial impact on their business. We understand that the Courtroom should be a last resort and will endeavour to resolve matters as quickly and effectively as possible, and in your best interests.
We can help you with:
  • Disputes between a landlord and tenant 
  • Enforcing the terms and conditions of a lease 
  • Mediation, arbitration and alternative dispute resolution 
  • Building contract disputes and litigation, including multi-party liability litigation
  • Representing clients in Land & Environment Court litigation 
  • Recovery of damages or payments due under contract


For more information or to make an appointment at our Parramatta or Norwest offices, contact:

 Coleman Greig phone number +61 2 9895 9200

Dispute Resolution - Our Clients


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    Coleman Greig is excited to announce that we have become the only Australian law firm to become a member of First Law International (FLI), a global network of over 75 independent full-service, high quality law firms.
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    Raymond Frangi
    Depending on whether you are a contractor or principal, a Termination for Convenience (TFC) clause can have both positive and negative effects so it's important to consider the potential implications before entering into a contract.
  • Maintaining cash flow in the building and construction industry - 21 Sep 2015
    Laura Bazouni
    Getting paid, in full and on time, is vital to the survival of any business because money is the life-blood of a business. However, in tough economic times, maintaining cash flow to your business can become more difficult and costly - especially in the building and construction industry. The Building and Construction Industry Security of Payment Act 1999 (Act) was designed to enable suppliers, contractors and subcontractors in the building and construction industry to get paid more quickly and avoid expensive construction disputes.

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