Pre Purchase Building Inspection Agreement

You have read and understood the terms and conditions of this agreement and accept that the price is: NOTE: If you have any specific wishes or changes to agreements that were not discussed at the time of booking or are not included in a written correspondence, please inform our office immediately. COSTING ADVICE: Australian Standard AS 4349.1 – 2007 excludes the provision of cost advice. Any oral or cost consultation in this report must be general and should not be heard. Actual costs depend on the quality of the materials, the standard of work, the price at which a contractor is willing to do the job and may depend on authorizations, delays and unknown factors related to third parties. Independent offers should be solicited when default costs are high in negotiations for the purchase of real estate and before work. There is no liability for the board in terms of costs. Areas where the inspector will be denied appropriate access or where appropriate access is not possible are excluded from the inspection and are not part of the inspection. Access restrictions may include a legal entry fee, closed doors, a security system, pets, furniture or other obstacles. Physical access restrictions may include altitude, narrow border, thick vegetation, small roof or excavation space, and adverse weather conditions. The report indicates any surface or object in the control that has not been checked, as well as the factor that prevented the inspection. This agreement may vary depending on the information provided in the Special Conditions section: This report is not a certificate of property compliance by laws, regulations, regulations, local law or supporting documents.

This is not a guarantee against the problems that will develop with the building in the future. This report does not include the recognition and identification of unauthorized or illegal construction, sewerage or electricity work, or work that does not comply with construction rules. In the case of minor defects, the inspection is limited to reporting on the overall extent of the defect, without all of them being noted. ABN our ABN here on behalf of: (ABN) (“we,” “our” or “we” in this agreement) (“you” or “you” in this agreement) Request for the Australia Standard 4349.1 – 2007 inspection agreement requires that an inspection agreement be reached between the inspector and the client prior to the completion of the inspection. This agreement sets specific limits on the scope of the inspection and the limits applicable to its implementation. If, in addition to the scope of this agreement, certain state or territory requirements are applicable or if the inspector and client agree to that additional matters are dealt with, this additional scope is indicated at the end of this agreement. The use of the building is expected to continue. AS 4349.1 – 2007 requires that the comparison of a building be similar to the age and nature of the specialized building and that it be in good condition, as it has been properly maintained over the life of the building. This means that buildings that are inspected may not meet Australian standards, building rules or specific state or territory requirements applicable at the time of inspection. DISPUTE/CLAIM PROCEDURE: To assert a right to audit, each party must submit a written notice to the other party within 90 days of the audit.

If the application/litigation is not settled within 21 days of the written notification, each party can refer it to a mediator we have designated and the costs are shared. If the dispute is not resolved through mediation, each party may refer it to the Institute of Arbitrators and Mediators of Australia for an arbitrator to resolve the application. The arbitrator determines the fees each party must pay. ASBESTOS: No asbestos control has been carried out and no reports on the presence or absence of asbestos are presented.