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Posted Oct 20, 2015 NSW Security of Payment legislation – Supporting Statements, more paperwork?

As is now well known, amendments to the Building and Construction Industry Security of Payment Act 1999 (NSW) (“the Act” ) commenced on 21 April 2014. For contracts entered into after 21 April 2014, Principals and Contractors will need to ensure their procurement and payment systems comply with the amendments to the Act. This article…

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Posted Oct 19, 2015 Security of Payment and Australian Standards Update Seminar
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On Tuesday 20 October, David Glinatsis and Jay Randhawa presented a seminar on Security of Payment and Australian Standards at the Pullman Hotel, Hyde Park.  Due to an overwhelming response to the topics, numbers for this event were capped.  If you missed out on attending, watch this space as we will be including these topics again…

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Posted Oct 18, 2015 Hong Kong Arbitration Week – October 2015
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David Glinatsis and Nadine Emsley attended Hong Kong Arbitration week in October. During this time, they also presented several seminars for different companies in Hong Kong.

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Posted Oct 14, 2015 Buying off the plan? Good idea or not?

As Sydney’s property market hits another all-time high, fears of property developer greed are revealed. What is buying off-the-plan? Ultimately you are buying a bundle of rights to purchase something that is not yet in existence. Usually a unit that has been designed, but not yet built or the plans of subdivision have not yet…

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Posted Sep 10, 2015 Non-Compliant Products In The Building Industry

Non-Compliant Building Products On 23 June 2015 the Senate referred an inquiry into non-conforming building products to the Senate Economics References Committee for inquiry with particular reference to: the economic impact of non-conforming building products on the Australia building and construction industry; the impact of non-conforming building products on: industry supply chains, including importers, manufacturers…

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