A WIN for Owners Corporations! Is Your Minor Building Defect Now a Major Defect? Seek legal advice now!
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.
NCAT does not have power to award damages but might be able to order payment of compensation…
Legal documents served to an owners corporation’s outdated address. How to avoid an embarrassing moment!
Should you agree to being appointed as a compulsory strata manager? A recent NCAT Appeal Panel decision provides some helpful guidance!
What are some of the proposed national strata laws and how are they being aligned? Should NSW accept some of these laws?
What can you do to mitigate and minimise your strata blocks cladding risk?
Before your building defects warranty period expires we suggest you consider the following 3 tips!
What steps can owners corporations take to mitigate the loss?
What is the definition of a major building defect? Could your major defect no longer be a major?