NSW Supreme Court combustible cladding WIN for owners corporations and what it means for any owners corporations!
Here we discuss the changes to the new building defect laws impacting the strata industry?
NCAT rules Biowood cladding is combustible and must be removed as it is a major building defect and poses an undue risk of fire spreading.
What is the definition of a major building defect? Could your major defect no longer be a major?
Owners corporations (and strata managers) familiarise yourselves with portal updates here.
Owners of certain buildings with external combustible cladding are required to register their building with the NSW Government.
New proposed laws will impose on builders a duty of care in favour of owners corporations.
NCAT has ordered an owners corporation to pay compensation to a unit owner for water damage caused by defects in the common property.
The NSW Government recently announced the delay of the strata building bond and inspection schemes to…
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