Enter the Victorian Civil and Administrative Tribunal, or VCAT for short.
Essentially, the VCAT hears and decides cases about commercial and domestic building disputes. The dispute may be between a homeowner, a builder, sub-contractor, architect, warranty insurer, or engineer, and in whichever way has caused conflict. When it comes to settling disputes in the Victorian Civil and Administrative Tribunal, Just Law knows that it can be an effective process, a sometimes less intimidating process, and one that allows an unlimited amount of money and damages to be claimed.
Just Law is a legal firm that has extensive experience dealing with VCAT matters, and as such, is a firm that can help you with upcoming hearings, should the need arise. In most instances, the VCAT allows the parties involved to seek legal representation, and Just Law recommend that you certainly do, considering there is usually a legal firm representing the other party. For such cases in which legal representation is not permitted, Just Law advise that you at least seek some form of experienced legal advice when preparing your case to ensure that you present your side of the argument in the best possible light.