CCN – The Latest Updates, News and Alerts on Combustible Cladding (Breaking News)
Flammable Cladding to be Banned from All New Queensland Buildings (Breaking News)
QLD Government Issue Formal Statement on Combustible Cladding Ban (Breaking News)
Media alert: Property owners affected by the cladding crisis should take action now to trigger insurance cover
Brisbane, 4 July 2019: Property owners who may suffer loss due to defective cladding and want to seek recovery from builders and building professionals – as well as those who are at risk of cladding claims – should take urgent action now to ensure that they trigger any available insurance cover before insurers impose cladding exclusions, according to Clayton Utz partner Mark Waller.
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First Court Proceeding (Alucobond™ Combustible Cladding Class Action) is a Product Liability Claim Against 3A Composites GmbH and Halifax Vogel Group Pty Limited (Respondents)
Flammable Cladding: Owners Left in Limbo as Governments Bail Out Certifiers
Construction Projects Could Stall Over Lack of Combustible Cladding Insurance (ABC Radio)
Paul Jurdeczka, Partner at Chamber Russell Lawyers Discusses Govt Rushing to End Legal Indemnity Crisis for Cladding Problems
HVG Lawyers Hit Back on Class Action on Alucobond
Alucobond supplier Halifax Vogel Group (HVG) and its manufacturer 3A Composites were targeted in a class action by apartment owners in a Sydney building. They are being represented by William Roberts Lawyers in the first combustible cladding class action in Australia. They claim that the cladding on their building does not meet standards applicable to consumer protection laws and that 3A Composites and Halifax Vogel Group should pay for it to be replaced, as well as compensation for expenses such as higher insurance premiums. HVG has hit back, the panels comply with all relevant laws and codes, including the National Construction Code. It argues that it was the decisions of consultants and contractors that led the panels to be used in ways that were hazardous and led to a risk of fire. HVG also contends that under the Australian Consumer Law or the Trade Practices Act. In its statement, HVG argues that the Alucobond panels were not goods for use or consumption as defined by ACL or the Trade Practices Act and anyone being supplied with the panels was not a consumer under those laws.
Queensland Government to Impose Total Ban on Combustible Cladding (Breaking News)
Mascot Towers & Combustible Cladding Issues Could Cause Permanent Change to Unit Market (Breaking News)
Holding Redlich – Certifiers and Professional Indemnity Insurance: Tough Times Ahead?
Shergold Weir Report, Non-Conforming Building Products and the Future of Certifiers
Insurance Council of Australia (ICA) Endorsed Building Cladding Testing – Test for Combustible Cladding
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