Brirek Industries v McKenzie Group Consulting
In breaking news, in a decision handed down on 6 August 2014, the Victorian Court of Appeal has determined that, pursuant to section 134 of the Building Act 1993 (Vic), the applicable limitation period for commencing a “building action“, whether in contract or in tort, is 10 years from the date that the relevant occupancy permit (or certificate of final inspection) is issued.
Andrew Brennan discusses the Court’s decision.
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