Swimming Pool Laws

New Swimming Pools Vendor Laws

Amendments to the Conveyancing (Sale of Land) Regulation 2010 requiring a swimming pool certificate of compliance (or relevant occupation certificate and evidence of registration) must be attached to a contract of sale for a property with a swimming pool.

The Office of  Local Government has advised that anecdotal evidence suggests the required certificate of compliance can take up to 4 months to obtain and 95% of pools are non-compliant at first inspection.

Readers should not act or rely on this information without first seeking out professional advice concerning their particular circumstances

COVID-19 Announcement

Please be advised that our offices are open however due to social distancing regulations for the foreseeable future we will be limiting face to face conferences.

For clients regarding wills, power of attorneys and enduring guardianships we will organize to hold the meeting in a conference room that meets the social distancing rules.

We will be conducting our conferences via video conferencing or phone where necessary. At this point we will not be able to conduct any Notary Appointments.

Be assured that all property settlements will not be affected and will continue to be transacted electronically.  Russell Kelly & Associates is a certified accredited participant in Property Exchange Australia (PEXA).

We will be monitoring the governments responses and will update as necessary.