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Plaintiff Owners Corporation Seeks a Range of Relief Relating to Allegedly Combustible Cladding on a Residential Unit Block (Declassified)
Strata Plan 92450 v JKN Para 1 Pty Ltd & Anor [2022] NSWSC 958 (19 July 2022)

A Lesson in Court’s Approach to Cladding Claims | Lander & Rogers

The Complexities of Evidence in Combustible Cladding Claims (by Holding Redlich Lawyers)

Norton Rose Fulbright Wins “Hugely Significant” Cladding Case

Cladding Crisis: Landmark Ruling Puts Liability on Building Contractor

Fire Safety Ruling has Implications for Cladding Disputes

First Substantive Cladding Claim Judgment Handed Down – What Does It Mean for the Construction Industry?

Fire Safety Ruling Sets Scene for Litigation

Another Major Fire Risk Has Been Uncovered in Melbourne – Curtain Walls Containing Flammable Aluminium Composite Cladding (ACP)


Building Inspired by Beyonce’s Curves Wraps up in Alcadex/NC Cladding

Announcing The Only Non-Combustible Metal Composite Material (MCM) Manufactured in A Continuous Coil Process

Potential Reprieve for Cladding Claims in the NSWSC?

Fire Engineers Discuss Fire Risk Appraisal of External Wall Construction | International Fire & Safety Journal

David Chandler Resigns as NSW Building Commissioner


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How to Participate in the Alucobond® Combustible Cladding Class Action

How to Participate in the Vitrabond® Combustible Cladding Class Action – Notice.pdf.aspx


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