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Domestic Building Dispute Resolution Victoria (DBDRV) – the process explained  

With the various challenges associated with the construction industry at the moment, domestic building disputes are on the rise. These disputes generally involve a combination of property owners, builders, sub-contractors (eg plumber), architects, and engineers. If you find yourself involved in a domestic building dispute, it’s important to understand the appropriate steps to take to …

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Spectrum Speaks – Volume 6

Spectrum Lawyers and Spectrum Coach have joined forces offering builders and contractors the unique opportunity to receive a full spectrum of services from sales & marketing; home designs; business coaching; operations, and legal advice all in one. To keep you up to date on everything happening in the industry, they have developed Spectrum Speaks. This …

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Case study – Ramirez v Sherridon Pty Ltd

Recently we successfully brought a claim for a first-time homeowner against a Builder in a VCAT matter. Ramirez v Sherridon Pty Ltd (Building and Property) [2022] VCAT 405, relates to a domestic building dispute where the Applicants (“the Owners”) issued proceedings in the Victorian Civil Administrative Tribunal against the Respondent (“the Builder”) which relates to …

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Inclusion

With the start of another school year upon us, and sports and social activities resuming, we are filled with both excitement and fear. Excitement because our kids can finally get outside and have fun again, but fear because as always, we worry about inclusion. Inclusion is a topic that is very important to us, both …

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Amendments to the Australian Consumer Law – Part 1

The Australian Consumer Law (ACL) sets out consumer rights that are called consumer guarantees. These include your rights to a repair, replacement or refund as well as compensation for damages and loss and being able to cancel a faulty service.In 2020 the Federal Government passed amendments to the ACL, which will see changes to some …

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