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Cladding Supplier Fights to Keep Class Action from Accessing Sales Figures
The Australian supplier of alleged combustible cladding is opposing a class action applicant’s bid for information ahead of settlement talks on the quantity of cladding sold in the country between 2009 and 2019.
Fire Risk Buildings Stay Secret
Deadline Looms for Cladding Aid Program in NSW
The government extended the closing date in October, to enable the maximum number of eligible buildings to enter the program before the window closes on THIS WEEK ON December 16.
Health Minister Silent as Highly Flammable Cladding Remains at Fiona Stanley Hospital
(Un)limiting Limitation Periods in Construction Claims
Construction and Engineering Professionals in Australia will Feel Inflation Squeeze
David Chandler on Restoring Confidence in NSW Apartment Buildings
Combustible Cladding Rectification is Complete on this Apartment Complex in Docklands Thanks to Funding and Support from Cladding Safety Victoria
Building Safety Act 2022 has Extended Limitation for Certain Construction Claims, such as for Cladding Products like Expanded Polystyrene
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CLADDING CLASS ACTIONS
How to Participate in the Alucobond® Combustible Cladding Class Action
How to Participate in the Vitrabond® Combustible Cladding Class Action
https://www.williamroberts.com.au/ArticleDocuments/333/NSD940.2019 – Notice.pdf.aspx
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