Grimshaw & Co. Offers Legal Assistance in Leaky Homes Disputes
10-Dec-2011 | News-Press Release
Auckland, New Zealand, December 2011 – Grimshaw & Co. is a litigation and dispute resolution practice that offers legal assistance to clients affected by leaky homes and leaky buildings. They have got extensive experience in handling leaky building cases.
Grimshaw & Co. is one of the leading law firm in leaky homes and leaky buildings litigation in New Zealand. They have successfully settled a number of weathertight homes disputes. They have a team of senior legal practitioners who are recognised leaders in leaky building and commercial litigation. They are highly experienced litigation specialists with varied litigation backgrounds.
Due to the leaky homes crisis, thousands of newly constructed houses and apartment buildings built in the 1990s and early 2000s suffered from severe weathertightness problems. The reason for this disastrous problem is the very wet climate in most parts of the country which has led to many houses becoming unhealthy to live in, or in extreme cases, beginning to decay at dangerous rates.
Grimshaw & Co. is one of the most renowned names for serving clients with leaky homes or leaky building. As well known leaky home lawyers, they are dedicated to represent home owners and property management companies in leaky homes crisis. They currently represent over 5,000 leaky building clients, both as members of Bodies Corporate and individuals home owners affected by weathertight homes disputes. For more information, please contact Grimshaw & Co. at 0064 9 377 3300 or visit their website www.grimshaw.co.nz.
About Grimshaw & Co.
Grimshaw & Co. is one of the leading leaky homes and leaky building lawyers in New Zealand. They have extensive experience and expertise in settling weathertight homes disputes. They are also specialised in insurance law, professional negligence, employment law, construction and drafting disputes, defamation and media law.
Grant Shand, Partner
Level 16, Gen-I Tower
66 Wyndham Street
0064 9 377 3300
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