Post Settlements Defects.

A defects management process during the defects liability period is crucial for ensuring that any issues or defects are identified, reported and rectified promptly.

The defects liability period is generally a predefined period of 3, 6 or 12 months commencing on the date of practical completion, during which the original contractor (builder) is responsible for addressing any defects that arise.

If the defect is common property, the Owners Corporation holds the responsibility and obligation to ensure rectification takes place, either via the original contractor (builder) or by assuming liability itself.

All common property defects must be reported to the Owners Corporation Manager and the Owners Corporation Manager will coordinate with the original contractor to have common property defects rectified.

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