The Queensland Building Industry Fairness (Security of Payment) Act 2017 (Qld) (BIF Act) commenced in November 2017 and introduced reforms to several aspects of security of payment in the construction industry in Queensland, some of which are … Continued
A recent decision of the Victorian Civil and Administrative Tribunal considered the limitation period for a building action in Victoria in circumstances where no building permit is obtained, and no Occupancy Permit (OP) or Certification of … Continued
In the first of our series of articles on Security of Payment we look at the The Supreme Court of Victoria’s decision in Shape Australia Pty Ltd v The Nuance Group (Australia) Pty Ltd , handed … Continued
Earlier this year (and not for the first time in the Australian security of payment landscape) an intermediate appellate Court in one Australian State reached a different position on materially identical provisions in the security … Continued
Further to his recent paper about the The Murray Review of Security of Payment Laws , Mathew Stulic has prepared a follow-on piece about the Amended Security of Payment Laws Passed in NSW. This thought leadership piece … Continued
On 14 November 2018, judgment was handed down by the New South Wales Supreme Court, Court of Appeal on whether a commercial land owner was entitled to recover rates, levied and paid, during the construction … Continued
On 7 August the public saw for the first time the changes the Building Amendment (Registration of Trades and other matters) Bill 2018 (Bill) are likely to have on the building industry in Victoria. This … Continued
Transparent live access to your complete legal portfolio.
ML&C Collections. Check progress, manage cases and respond.
Applied litigation technology. eDiscovery, eCourts & document review.
Depending on the operating system that you are using, you can hold down the CTRL key (Microsoft Windows) or the ‘Apple’ key (Mac OS X) on your keyboard, and:
All links that leave this site will either be in URL format (www.anotherwebsite.com.au) or will state that it is an external link. Maddocks holds no responsibility for externally linked content. We cannot guarantee that content outside of the Maddocks site will be accessible.