ABOUT CTI LAWYERS

Industry Based Solutions and Advice 02 9021 9699

Construction Trade Industry Lawyers

CTI Lawyers has been operational since 2010. The firm was established by the National Electrical and Communications Association (NECA) to provide a low cost legal service to its membership base. Based on the success of the firm, the team at CTI Lawyers has now established itself as an industry based practice, providing practical solutions and addressing legal issues common to all participants in the building and construction Industry.

Give us a call or make an appointment to come in to see one of the lawyers at CTI Lawyers 02 9021 9699

We are here to provide assistance, commercial, construction and workplace relations advice and most importantly to make sure your rights are protected – we know your business – we are experts at dealing with the problems.

Our Team

Solicitor Director – Stafford Poyser
Senior Solicitor – Gordon Jervis
Solicitor – Oliver Judd
Solicitor, Notary Public, Chartered Accountant and Accredited Financial Planner – Andrew Blencowe
Consultant Solicitor – Jane Button
Legal Secretary – Margaret Ward
Solicitor – Lauren Howe
Law Clerk – Marina Galatoulas

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Legal advice and assistance you can trust.





LOCATION:
Burwood North NSW, 2134
Level 3, 28 Burwood Road,
Burwood NSW, 2134

Telephone: 02 9021 9699
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DEBT RECOVERY SERVICE
Construction Trade Industry Lawyers provides a free Letter of Demand Service. In order to assist us prepare your letter of demand we require you to complete the Claim Form and provide copies of the invoices that have not been paid. Submit Your Claim

SIGNIFICANT CHANGES TO NSW BUILDING DEFECT LEGISLATION
The Home Building Amendment Act 2014 comprised of various amendments to the Home Building Act 1989. These changes commenced on 15 January. Read More

RESOURCES
Significant Changes to NSW Building Defect Legislation
Disputes With Your Builder Over Home Building Defects
Resolving Domestic Building Disputes
Security of Payment Changes Retention Money
New NSW cash retention scheme to commence in early 2015