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Construction Disputes


Our experienced construction dispute lawyers are ready to resolve issues in your best interests. 

Our expertise and knowledge of the construction industry ensures our clients get great advice and support on:

  • Leaky building claims.
  • Construction contract disputes.
  • Adjudication.
  • Preparing/reviewing payment claims and payment schedules.
  • Debt recovery.
  • Advice in relation to NZS 3910:2013.
  • General advice on the Building Act 2004.
  • Advising engineers to the contract.

Good People, Great Lawyers

Our clients are whānau

Our clients are individuals and families, companies and trusts, charities, hapū and iwi. We pride ourselves in caring for our clients, making their lives easier through the long-standing relationships we build with them. 

Excellence, People, Teamwork

McCaw Lewis is driven by three key values: Whāia te iti kahurangiManaakitanga and Kotahitanga.


We offer a comprehensive suite of legal services with a focus on commercial, Te Tiriti o Waitangipropertydispute resolutionasset planningenvironmental/natural resourcesworkplace law and Māori land

Contact us today

07 838 2079

Our team are ready to help with your civil dispute. You can give us a call or enter your details in the form below and we will contact you as soon as possible.

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