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Neighbourhood Disputes

We represent our clients in neighbourhood disputes, including fencing, encroachment and boundary disputes.

For example, we will advise our clients about:

  • the Neighbourhood Disputes (Dividing Fences and Trees) Act 2011 (Qld)
  • the role of the Queensland Civil and Administrative Tribunal (‘QCAT’)
  • the requirements of the Queensland Civil and Administrative Tribunal Act 2009 (Qld)
  • the law on:
    • private nuisance
    • dividing fences
    • retaining walls
    • common boundaries
    • encroachments
    • neighbourhood trees
  • commencing Court proceedings to:
    • enforce QCAT orders
    • seek damages
    • seek an injunction

Contact us today on 07 3088 7937 or email us at admin@adviilaw.com.au if you require legal advice, assistance or representation in these areas, or would like to arrange an initial consultation at our office to discuss your matter.

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