Hi there, I've posted a few times before which may provide people with my background story: WA - Home Builder Missing Completion Dates - Next step? | LawAnswers.com.au Legal Aid Forums and WA - Extension of Building Contract with No Compensation for Delay? | LawAnswers.com.au Legal Aid Forums But basically, my slab went down early January 2014, the initial 220 days contract period ended in November 2014. A new signed variation was issued with the completion date as late January 2015. That came and went and now myself and my partner have said if it's not completed by April, we will issue a complaint to the building commission... Which the builder acknowledged. I am almost certain the house will not be completed by then - we have been waiting on the tiles for the better part of this year, and in the last 3 weeks they've been put back a week. This builder does not have a good reputation through reviews and forums online and most build times seem similar (over 15 months)... I know this may be a long shot, but trying to be proactive about this situation - can I ask the builder to get out of this contract? Or maybe that could be the remedy I seek from the building commission complaint? Would I have a leg to stand on under property law? I do not really want to pay to get out of the contract, nor do I think I should have to given the long delays, the excuses and all the written evidence I have with false trade dates and promises the house will be completed in 220 days.