NSW Residential Building Contracts

Discussion in 'Property Law Forum' started by Rock_II_85, 8 January 2020.

  1. Rock_II_85

    Rock_II_85 Member

    8 January 2020
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    I am currently in the middle of building a property. We have made some variations along the way. However, months from completion of the contract, the builder I am going through has now advised us that we are no longer able to make any more variations and that we will be reverting back to the previous correspondence prior to when the contract was signed.
    There have been variations which have been signed since then. I know I should read through the contract but he has re-iterated that the contract allows a limited number of variations.
    If we have signed documents which we have submitted to the builder after signing the contract, does it become a legal document OR do we have to abide with what is written in the contract? Are emails sent and confirmed by the builder proof-worthy if he goes legal?
    Thank you.

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