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Building (Residential Consumer Rights and Remedies) Regulations 2014

Abbreviation
SR 2014/61
Valid from
01/12/2017

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Parliamentary Counsel Office
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Legislation
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Description

These regulations, which come into force on 1 January 2015, are the Building (Residential Consumer Rights and Remedies) Regulations 2014. For the purposes of Part 4A of the Building Act 2004 (the Act), which concerns consumer rights and remedies in relation to residential building work, these regulations prescribe the minimum price for residential building contracts for building work that must be in writing, must be dated, and must contain certain minimum content: a checklist and certain disclosure information that must be provided by a building contractor to a client if the client requests it; or if the building work is for not less than the prescribed minimum price: minimum content for residential building contracts for not less than the prescribed minimum price: implied terms for residential building contracts for not less than the prescribed minimum price where the contract does not contain the prescribed minimum content: information and documentation that must be provided by a building contractor to a client on the completion of building work.

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Description

These regulations, which come into force on 1 January 2015, are the Building (Residential Consumer Rights and Remedies) Regulations 2014. For the purposes of Part 4A of the Building Act 2004 (the Act), which concerns consumer rights and remedies in relation to residential building work, these regulations prescribe the minimum price for residential building contracts for building work that must be in writing, must be dated, and must contain certain minimum content: a checklist and certain disclosure information that must be provided by a building contractor to a client if the client requests it; or if the building work is for not less than the prescribed minimum price: minimum content for residential building contracts for not less than the prescribed minimum price: implied terms for residential building contracts for not less than the prescribed minimum price where the contract does not contain the prescribed minimum content: information and documentation that must be provided by a building contractor to a client on the completion of building work.

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Building (Residential Consumer Rights and Remedies) Regulations 2014
Description

These regulations, which come into force on 1 January 2015, are the Building (Residential Consumer Rights and Remedies) Regulations 2014. For the purposes of Part 4A of the Building Act 2004 (the Act), which concerns consumer rights and remedies in relation to residential building work, these regulations prescribe the minimum price for residential building contracts for building work that must be in writing, must be dated, and must contain certain minimum content: a checklist and certain disclosure information that must be provided by a building contractor to a client if the client requests it; or if the building work is for not less than the prescribed minimum price: minimum content for residential building contracts for not less than the prescribed minimum price: implied terms for residential building contracts for not less than the prescribed minimum price where the contract does not contain the prescribed minimum content: information and documentation that must be provided by a building contractor to a client on the completion of building work.

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Building (Residential Consumer Rights and Remedies) Regulations 2014

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