Make building defects a priority for your body corporate to resolve before September 2023.
Queensland Government have scheduled changes to minimum housing requirements as of the residential tenancy reform. The new legislation outlines that a tenant has the right to live without dampness or mould in their dwelling. The instance of damp being linked to water ingress as part of a build defects is very high, so we are urging anyone involved in strata to take action before the changes come into effect in September 2023.
We specialise in helping Queensland bodies corporate navigate the difficulties in resolving building defects.
Download our free guide to dealing with building defects which includes:-
- How the QBCC works;
- The different category types of defects;
- The body corporate’s statutory obligations with respect to maintenance and repair of common property;
- How the body corporate obtains the information it needs to assess defects;
- Limitation periods;
- To sue or not to sue;
- and much more!
We offer fixed fee obligation free proposals to any body corporate that might need help.
Our firm is unique in that all we do is strata law. We do not act for developers in project conveyancing. This means we do not have even the hint of a conflict of interest with respect to the development industry if your body corporate needs help.