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The idea of a going to court can be unsettling, especially if it’s higher up the court hierarchy. It can also be intimidating, and even a little scary, especially when the words ‘Supreme Court’ are uttered in the conversation. In fact, Just Law knows that when the stakes are high and when there’s a lot of money involved and a Supreme Court hearing is a possibility, people can start to panic.

Why do building disputes end up in the Supreme Court?

Well, and when it really comes down to it, whether your building dispute is a residential or a commercial construction dispute, it is no secret that conflict can sometimes spiral out of control.

Even when the parties involved in a building dispute enter the initial stages of the mediation process, a positive outcome can sometimes be not forthcoming. If that is the case, and after a magistrates or even a county court hearing fails to fully resolve the issue, things can get tricky, and unfortunately, the need to head to the Supreme Court becomes a necessity.

Luckily, Just Law is an experienced and highly specialised law firm when it comes to all types of Court hearings, including the highest court in the country, being the Supreme Court, and will ease any concerns relating to your advancing dispute.

The Supreme Court is Victoria’s highest court, so having an experienced law firm by your side such as Just Law, is critical. Claims for $200,000 and above in civil justice matters are heard in the Supreme Court, as the Court of Appeals hears appeals resulting from a County Court hearing.

Again, and although the prospect of heading to the Supreme Court can be daunting, Just Law has your back. From the very best legal advice to full representation, Just Law will be with you every step of the way should the need to go to the Supreme Court arise.

If the case goes to hearing Just Law will co-ordinate and instruct all necessary experts who we choose for their experience and expertise and high quality analysis and evidence. James Gray does all his own advocacy, so you don’t have to pay 2 lawyers at a hearing!