Compulsory Contracts of Engagement for Council Certifiers: What are the Ramifications? (NSW, Australia readership)


Controversy has arisen for building certification in New South Wales, with the advent of compulsory contracts of engagement for Council accredited certifiers. Justin Cotton, partner and head of practitioner advocacy examines here some of the pros and cons and discusses some of the preliminary concerns.

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