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Why you should have your domestic building contract reviewed
Whether you are renovating an existing home or building from scratch, most domestic building contracts involve considerable sums of money. In fact, entering a building contract may be one of the most significant financial transactions you undertake.D... Read More »
Builders licensing requirements – who is a “fit and proper person”?
Entry into various professions usually requires that a person be ‘fit and proper’, to be granted, and continue to hold a licence or registration, relevant to that profession.An authority charged with the administration of a registration or licens... Read More »
Builders Licence Lending – don’t do it!
Entry into the building profession is not granted unless a person has the appropriate qualifications, skills and experience, and has undergone a series of probity checks with the relevant licensing authority.Given the rigorous requirements for obtain... Read More »
Pursuing a domestic building dispute through VCAT
Since the establishment of Domestic Building Dispute Resolution Victoria (DBDRV) most domestic building disputes must go through mandatory conciliation processes conducted by DBDRV before proceeding to the Victorian Civil and Administrative Tribunal ... Read More »
The role of an expert witness in a building dispute
If you are involved in a domestic building dispute, whether as a building professional or homeowner, it may be necessary or beneficial to retain an expert witness.The role of an expert witness in a building dispute is to provide objective, qualified,... Read More »