CK Strata Partner Appointed to Board of Directors of SCA (QLD)

26 October 2016

James has a wealth of experience in building and construction, property, commercial litigation, debt recovery and insolvency matters, and specialises in body corporate and community management disputes and levy collections.

James approaches dispute resolution proactively, collecting al of the relevant information and evidence at the very beginning to enable an early assessment of the merits of each case, and ensure the best legal, tactical and procedural approach is tailored for each matter.

James’ appointment to the Board of this premier strata organisation is a great achievement and testimony to James’ contribution to the strata community.

Congratulations James!

You can meet our CK Strata team at this week’s SCA Convention in Sydney. CLICK HERE for more details.

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