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The Building Commission in partnership with the Master Builders Association and Jackson McDonald is hosting an information session on managing and resolving payment disputes under the Construction Contracts Act 2004 (CCA). This session is designed for subcontractors, small builders or other interested persons in the building and construction industry wishing to gain an understanding of how the CCA operates and how rapid adjudication can be used to resolve contractual payment disputes.
The session will cover:
- the fundamentals of construction contracts;
- what is the CCA and how does it work;
- an overview of the rapid adjudication process; and
- other means of resolving payment disputes.
There will be an opportunity for questions and answers. Afternoon tea will be provided.
The Master Builders Association of WA is part of Australia’s oldest industry association, Master Builders Australia. The MBA is a member-based association that services home builders, commercial builders, subcontractors, suppliers and consultants in both commercial and residential sectors across Western Australia. The association has been representing and promoting the views and interests of the building and construction industry in Western Australia since 1898. The MBA is a Registered Training Organisation and are scoped to offer training throughout Western Australia.
About Jackson McDonald
Jackson McDonald is Western Australia’s largest independent law firm with over 200 staff and 29 Partners. The firm’s Projects, Infrastructure and Construction team is one of the largest and most established construction teams in Western Australia, and are recognised for their legal and commercial expertise in all aspects of building and construction law. Jackson McDonald has experience in contract drafting at all levels, dispute resolution and involvement in local, national and international construction and construction law bodies.
When & Where
Department of Commerce – Building Commission
Western Australia’s Building Commission oversees the regulation of building, painting, building surveying and plumbing services. With all these regulatory functions focused within a single agency, our industry and consumers benefit from a more consistent and efficient service.
The Building Services Board has been established within the Commission to register builders, painters and building surveyors, and the Plumbers Licensing Board licenses plumbers. The Commission also provides advice to the Minister for Commerce regarding the administration of the Architects Act 2004.