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  1. CCA Topic 5: The determination process

    This page is for:  Builder Tradesperson Once the adjudicator has received an application and the response, the adjudicator has 10 business days to assess the payment dispute and make a determination.  You can find further information about how the adjudic ...

  2. CCA Topic 4: Responding to an application for adjudication

    This page is for:  Builder Tradesperson If you are involved in a payment dispute and the other party applies for rapid adjudication, you will be required to prepare a formal response to the application within 10 business days.  This will give you an oppor ...

  3. CCA Topic 3: Applying for adjudication

    This page is for:  Builder Tradesperson If you have made a payment claim, and it has either been disputed or not paid, then your eligibility to apply for adjudication will depend on whether a “ payment dispute ” has arisen.  An application for adjudicatio ...

  4. CCA Topic 2: Making a payment claim

    This page is for:  Builder Tradesperson Before applying for rapid adjudication of a payment dispute, you need to make sure that you have complied with the payment process set out in your construction contract first.  If you do not have a written contract, ...

  5. CCA Topic 1: Overview of the Construction Contracts Act

    This page is for:  Builder Tradesperson The Construction Contracts Act 2004 (the CCA) provides a number of very important protections to head contractors, subcontractors and suppliers working in the building and construction industry to ensure cash flow.  ...

  6. Bellevue couple fined for backyard car dealing (Ty Mellowship / Mandy Rowe)

    This announcement is for:  Consumer Motor industry A Bellevue couple has been fined $2,500 each by the Midland Magistrates Court for selling vehicles from their home without a licence. Ty Mellowship and Mandy Paula Rowe were convicted in their absence on ...

  7. PDF icon Know the warning signs

    A gas heater, barbecue, patio heater or any gas appliance that is faulty can produce poisonous levels of carbon monoxide in your home that you can’t see or smell. Headache, nausea, vomiting, chest pain and confusion are all warning signs. Contact a li ...

  8. PDF icon Keep it outside

    Gas patio heaters and barbecues can produce poisonous levels of carbon monoxide inside your home that you can’t see or smell, so keep these outside and ensure cafe-style blinds are up when you are using them. Signs you are in danger include: h ...

  9. PDF icon Get it serviced

    A gas heater, cooker or any gas appliance that is faulty can produce poisonous levels of carbon monoxide in your home that you can’t see or smell. Headache, nausea, vomiting, chest pain and confusion are all warning signs. Contact a licensed ...