Terms and Conditions of Supply of a
Pre-purchase Strata Inspection Report
Pre-purchase Community Inspection Report
Pre-purchase Neighbourhood Inspection Report
All Pre-purchase Strata Inspection Reports, all Pre-purchase Community Inspection Reports and all Pre-purchase Neighbourhood Reports (Report/s) provided by AAA Strata Inspections (AAA) for a subject property is only of the books, records and information (if made available for inspection by AAA) for a period of five (5) years prior to the date of the inspection. Additional information for the period prior to these five (5) years may be contained in the report. AAA takes no responsibility for this addition information.
Some of the information noted in and/or attachments to the Report may have been sighted during previous inspections of the books, records and information for the subject property and may not have been sighted during this current inspection.
No responsibility will be accepted by AAA for information provided verbally to AAA by any Managing Agent, Secretary, Treasurer or other representatives of the Owners Corporation or for any failure on the part of Managing Agent, Secretary, Treasurer or other representatives of the Owners Corporation to make all of the books, records and information available for inspection.
The written Report provided by AAA will be a fair and reasonable overview of the affairs of the Owners Corporation as at the date of the inspection and is based upon the information contained in the books, records and information made available for the inspection. AAA acknowledges that the size and scope of many Strata Title, Community Title and Neighbourhood Title records are such that it cannot deal with matters in a detailed or comprehensive way. AAA will make every reasonable endeavour to ensure that matters of concern to the Party Ordering the Report (the Client) are noted in the report. The Report contains entries referring to meetings, financial records, insurance, correspondence and other matters which are a summary/overview of the books, records and information presented for inspection, for more detailed information refer to each attached supporting document and view them in their entirety.
AAA will have no liability to the Client in relation to any loss, damage, or expenses caused by any AAA Report. AAA can not guarantee that all information requested has been provided to AAA at the time of the inspection.
The method of payment for the AAA invoice is by electronic deposit into the nominated account or payment into the nominated account at any Westpac Bank. Payment must be received prior to the report being released to the Client. Any anticipated cost above the normal fee will be relayed to the Client prior to the inspection being carried out. Any unexpected cost above the normal fee that may occur during the inspection will be added to the final account.
All Fees and disbursements will be the responsibility of the Client ordering the report.
All invoices for all Reports ordered are payable within 14 days of the date of the invoice. Invoices that are not fully paid after the initial 14 days AAA reserves the right to charge interest at the rate of ten (10%) per cent per annum on a daily basis from the date of invoice until the date of full payment, together with any costs incurred to recoup any outstanding fees.
The completed Report and supporting documentation will be emailed to the Client. If a hard copy of the Report is required an addition fee will apply.
The following fees structure will apply should the Client wish to cancel a Report:
- If an inspection has been arranged and the inspector has not been dispatched no fee will be payable.
- If an inspection has been arranged and an inspector dispatched to carry out the inspection a 50% fee will be payable.
- If the inspection has been commenced or completed the full fee for the report will be payable.
All Reports that are provided by AAA are for the use solely by the Client. No Third Party Liability will be accepted.
AAA will not sell, give access to, or transfer private information or details to a third party other than meeting obligations under the law.