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  1. Smoke alarms in dwellings proposed for demolition

    Western Australia’s Building Regulations 2012 require owners of residential dwellings to have compliant smoke alarms installed prior to the sale, transfer of ownership, rent or hire of the dwelling.   ...

  2. Settlement agent fined over involvement in failed property deals (KDD Conveyancing Services Pty Ltd)

    This announcement is for:  Consumer Property industry An Ellenbrook settlement agent has been fined $14,000 by the State Administrative Tribunal (SAT) for their role in relation to two failed Pilbara strata property deals involving what is termed ‘mezzani ...

  3. Failure to renew building registration results in fines

    A Duncraig building company that continued to contract for and carry out building work after its building contractor registration lapsed has been successfully prosecuted by the Building Commissioner. ...

  4. Building permit: amending builder's details

    This announcement is for:  Builder Building surveyor Home buyer / owner Permit authority The Building Commission has produced a guidance note and new Building Act form to deal with amending a building permit to substitute a replacement builder where the b ...

  5. Warning on dangerous Salzer solar isolating switches

    This announcement is for:  Consumer Electrical contractor / worker Energy Safety has issued a public warning about dangerous Salzer brand switches used in some solar systems installed in Western Australia since August 2016. Director of Energy Safety Ken B ...

  6. Tenancy law changes to support victims of domestic violence

    This announcement is for:  Consumer Landlord / lessor Tenant Extensive tenancy reforms designed to support, not penalise, victims Removing barriers to support people to leave abusive relationships  The McGowan Government will introduce proposed changes to ...

  7. Avoid Perth petrol price rise

    This announcement is for:  Consumer Business / company Motor industry The average cost of unleaded petrol is set to increase by around 19 cents per litre (cpl) to 146.5 cpl tomorrow, so FuelWatch is encouraging Perth drivers to fill up today to save money ...

  8. Be sure of the rules when employing young people

    This announcement is for:  Employee / worker Employer Youth Employers have been reminded to ensure they are aware of all the special rules that apply when employing young people during the school holidays. Director of Labour Relations Private Sector Lorra ...

  9. Warning follows increase in puppy scams

    This announcement is for:  Consumer A significant increase in enquiries and reports being lodged about puppy scams has prompted Consumer Protection to issue a new warning for consumers to be extra vigilant when responding to advertisements on websites, tr ...

  10. Fire up the barbie safely this summer

    This announcement is for:  Consumer Energy Safety has issued a reminder to do a safety check on the family barbecue before firing it up this summer. Acting Director of Energy Safety Saj Khan said today caution was needed around all gas appliances. “A barb ...

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