Builder and Contracts : 5 Tips and Traps for Owner in Victoria

  • Posted by Doyles
  • On July 23, 2016
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  • 5 Tips and Traps for Owner in Victoria, Builder and Contracts, Builder Tips, Building Contract Tips, Contract Tips Australia
You are required to enter into a major domestic building contract in Victoria, when the total cost is $5,000 or more and you carry out domestic building works which includes building; Repairs; Improvements; Maintenance; Demolition; and/or Removal. Before you sign a domestic building contract, there are a number of things that you should check. 1. Is the builder registered with […]
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10 Tips to making a payment claim

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  • On July 18, 2016
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Knowing your rights when making a payment claim for goods or services rendered cannot be underestimated. With many service providers and customers falling fowl each year Doyles Construction Lawyers have compiled an easy to follow list of tips for you to make the next claim go smoother than ever. Please complete the form below to receive […]
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Building Defects : Defective Balconies

  • Posted by Doyles
  • On July 12, 2016
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  • Breach of Contract, Building Defects, Building Defects Law, Defective Balconies, Dilapidation, Dilapidation reports, Guney & Ors v CFM Property Group, Legal Rights on Building Defects
Due to the widespread construction of high density apartments and townhouses there has also been an increase in the construction of balconies. Balconies are susceptible to water damage which can lead to damage to the internal elements of the building. The defective construction of balconies has become an increasingly common dispute affecting owners’ corporations. In this article we look […]
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Queensland: Process and procedure in building disputes

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  • On July 7, 2016
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  • Building and Development Dispute Resolution Committees, Building dispute process, Building Disputes Queensland, Process and procedure in building disputes, QCAT Disputes, Queensland building disputes, Queensland Civil and Administrative Tribunal (QCAT)
Queensland Civil and Administrative Tribunal (QCAT): Process and procedure in building disputes QCAT is an independent tribunal that is part of the justice services division of the Queensland Department of Justice and Attorney General. QCAT aims to actively resolve the disputes that come before it in a way that is said to be “fair, just, accessible, quick and inexpensive”. In […]
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