Hello, I have posted questions on this forum twice before, which have successfully assisted me in submitting an Official Complaint to the Building Commission. Recently, I have been issued with a 'Proposed Home Building Remedy Order' from the WA Building Commission. It is proposed until a 14 day period finishes (where either the builder or myself can disagree with the remedy order). Currently, no disagreements to the remedy order have been lodged. Since I lodged the complaint however, the builder in question appears to be failing quite significantly. A few weeks ago they released an announcement saying that they will have a solution that is in the best interest of their clients very soon. Yesterday, clients received an email saying that a solution has been reached for clients not yet in the construction phase (in the form of another builder taking over), however a takeover by a larger building company fell through in the final agreement stages... The builder has mentioned they are now in the final stages of securing a solution (again) for clients in construction. As we have many excuses and stories given to us previously I am filled with worry! I suspect this builder is very close to being insolvent and if a takeover does not occur - will claim insolvency and then we will have to go through the home indemnity insurance in place to finish our home. I have not contacted the company regarding the proposed remedy order sent out or the second announcement, not sure if worth it or really, what to say that they haven't already told me. My main questions are: 1. What happens if the company goes insolvent while the building remedy order is in the proposed stage? 2. What happens if the company goes insolvent when the remedy order is issued (NOT proposed)? 3. If a takeover/merger/etc occurs what happens to the building remedy order (proposed and not proposed)? The remedy order is to have my home practically completed within 6 weeks of the remedy order being issued. Any other opinions would also be appreciated. Thank you!