Aug 22, 2021 5:07 pm
I was hoping someone could provide some advise. Currently building a new home and I live around 50km away form the property in Melbourne. My Pre-handover inspection was set for the 3rd August. But I haven't been able to get to the property due to Covid-19 travel restrictions.
Now I have been issues with my Occupancy Permit but I still haven't been onsite to conduct a pre-handover inspections.
Question is. Am I allowed to travel to site to inspect the property as it is not the final settlement handover meeting. If not does anyone recommend a company that can do a pre-handover inspection.
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