Sprintlaw offers smart, simple and affordable legal solutions for small businesses and startups, wherever you are in Australia.
If your business operates in the construction sector, it’s essential to be legally protected.
In the construction industry, having legally sound contracts is crucial for protecting your business from risk. Our specialist lawyers are here to help.
Specialist contracts & advice for construction businesses
Phone consultations with our expert lawyers
We’re an award-winning, totally online law firm. Forget the hassle of meeting a lawyer face-to-face. Our top-trained lawyers are ready to help wherever you are in Australia.
Our lawyers were recruited from Australia's top firms and use our custom-built technology to provide a better and more affordable legal service.
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1 / Get a free quote
Our legally trained consultants will prepare a fixed-fee quote for you.
2 / Accept online
Accept your fixed-fee quote and e-sign our engagement letter.
3 / Speak with a lawyer
Our expert lawyers will talk you through your project via phone, video call or whatever suits!
Receive your completed project, usually within 5 - 10 working days.
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As well as reviewing contracts you may receive from other parties, we are also experts in drafting contracts for construction businesses.
Some examples of contracts Sprintlaw has drafted in the past for construction businesses include Joint Venture Agreements, Supply and Install Agreements, Sub-Contractor Agreements, Removalist T&Cs, and Wet and Dry Hire Agreements.
Get in touch for a free, no-obligations consultation about your specific situation and we’ll point you in the right legal direction!
It’s important to have a contract between you and your customers to limit your liability. Some examples of these types of contracts are wet or dry hire agreements, supply and install agreements or service agreements.
You should also have a contract between you and your workers; which will vary depending on if they are employees, contractors or sub contractors. Lastly, you should have agreements in place between your supplier/s and your business.
Contact us and, through a free consult, we’ll advise you on the appropriate contracts for your business.
As an online law firm, we eliminate the headaches of paying us by the hour and finding time to meet with a lawyer in person. We communicate via phone, email and cloud conferencing — whichever suits you! We know you’re busy, so we’re only a click away.
You’ll be guided through this process by our expert lawyers, who are Australian-qualified and were trained at leading law firms. They left the traditional corporate law sphere to help us make legal services better. Our lawyers specialise in technology, intellectual property, contract drafting, corporate and commercial law.
We offer a range of corporate and commercial legal services including business set up, online terms and conditions, general commercial contracts, employment agreements, commercial lease reviews and intellectual property protection.