Aug 12, 2021 12:53 pm
I bought land in Sydney for $450,000. The land agreement date is 25th November 2020. Construction started in the second week of Dec 2020. Total construction cost is $249,990. I received my OC only 3 days ago on 9th Aug 2021. I was very keen on applying for the HomeBuilder grant.
I was given the impression by a Revenue Department customer service person on phone (in Dec 2020 or Jan 2021) that I would be able to apply for the HomeBuilder grant only after I have the Occupancy Certificate on my hand (if the construction had already started).
I was shocked to know that they had a 14th April deadline and new applications are not being allowed. I am disappointed, dismayed, distraught and shocked.
All my papers related to the property fall within the timeframe that the grant requires. I sent an email to the Revenue department but they declined on entertaining my application.
What legal recourse can I take? Can I go to the tribunal?
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