Changes to building dispute applicationsFrom Monday, 15 December 2014 new laws mean changes to how building dispute applications can be made to QCAT.
Parties will be required to participate in a dispute resolution process within the Queensland Building and Construction Commission before an application can be made to the tribunal.
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