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Posted Apr 26, 2017 News Updates From Around the Country
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New Guide to Standards and Tolerances The new NSW Guide to Standards and Tolerances 2017 (“Guide”) came into effect in March 2017 and replaces the previous Guide issued on 1 July 2013. The Guide was produced by NSW Fair Trading and is available on the NSW Fair Trading website at http://www.fairtrading.nsw.gov.au/sites/ftw/Tenants_and_home_owners/Home_building_and_renovating/The_building_process/Guide_to_standards_and_tolerances.page For many in the…

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Posted Apr 26, 2017 Make sure you “stay” at the same time you have a “go”.
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More Security of Payment lessons from the Courts When a Respondent wishes to “go” to the Supreme Court and challenge a determination of an Adjudicator for jurisdictional error; that Respondent must also make sure that an application is made to “stay” (“stop”) and restrain the enforcement of the determination of the Adjudicator in the meantime.…

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Posted Apr 20, 2017 eContracts and eConveyancing: What Real Estate Agents need to know.
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Presented by Kreisson and InfoTrack Claire Martin, head of the Property Department at Kreisson, is one of Australia’s most prevalent property lawyers and has been involved in thousands of property transactions since 2000. She recently completed her LLM Applied Law (Property Law) and sits on the Law Society of NSW’s Property Law Committee and is…

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Posted Apr 19, 2017 Ignorance, Uncertainty and Human Errors in Contemporary Construction
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FREE SEMINAR This thought provoking seminar will be presented by Peter Sarlos, an Architect, Chartered Building Surveyor, Lawyer and Construction Adjudicator. Peter recently presented this topic at an international engineering convention in Helsinki, Finland and will also be returning to present at a workshop in Germany. The seminar looks at the human and organisational factors…

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Posted Apr 18, 2017 BIM Project Strategy, Procurement and Contractual Risk
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COST: $165.00 per person ($150 per person if three or more from one company) Mid-session food and drinks provided Construction industry participants should not miss this seminar if they want practical knowledge on building information modelling (BIM) in a construction project from planning through to operations. This seminar will be of particular interest to new…

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