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If you’re using the Consumer Affairs Victoria Building Contract for New Homes, and you’ve discovered defects and incomplete works upon completion of the domestic building project, this article is for you.
Variations are among the common sources of domestic building dispute in Victoria. Read on to learn about how Variations may be properly made under Consumer Affairs Victoria’s Building Contract for New Homes, and what to do in case of dispute.
A home owner using the HIA Victorian New Homes Contract may refer to said contract to address delays in the construction of their home. Read on to see which specific clauses are relevant in resolving dispute arising from delays.
What should a home owner do if they discover defects in their domestic building project? The HIA Victorian New Homes Contract (2020 edition) prescribes your rights to have your builder rectify building defects. The HIA contract outlines the step-by-step process that home owners must follow to escalate and resolve disputes.
This article is a quick guide on what to do in case your building practitioner’s licence is suspended. Read on to learn more.
Building a new home in Victoria? First step is to go over your contract and pay special attention to the terms that affect essential risks. This article shows you how.
ABIC contracts are for building projects to be administered by the architect. This article gives a brief overview of the common types of ABIC contracts in Victoria.