Introducing CK Strata

26 October 2016

Introducing CK Strata, our complete strata legal service offering an end to end approach for all strata matters.

We have decades of experience in all strata matters, from the initial development and title of strata title properties, through to proper corporate governance, committee and general meeting procedures, building and construction maintenance issues, management rights, health and safety, levies recovery, and all aspects of dispute resolution.

Supported by an experienced team of strata professionals ranging from Partners to Paralegals, CK Strata is headed by Ian McKnight (CK Strata NSW) and James Nickless (CK Strata QLD), giving us the capability and capacity to undertake your work.

For more details about CK Strata and to meet our team, please view our video.

 

 

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