From the 28 September 2020, QBCC will be making changes to their accepted payments methods. They will no longer be accepting cash, cheque or money orders as payments. Payments will be made through credit card, BPay and any direct debit services. These payments will extend to payments accompanying an adjudication process.

Why is this an issue?

Contractors may run into trouble lodging an adjudication application with the Registrar if they require a speedy lodgement process or do not have enough funds to lodge at the time of application.

How can CTI Lawyer assist?

CTI Lawyer Jacques Nel is experienced in assisting clients with the relevant Security of Payment Legislation in Queensland. As an accredited adjudicator, Jacques deals with matters under the Security of Payment legislation in both New South Wales and Queensland and serves on the panel of the QBCC as Grade 2 Adjudicator.

Jacques also advises clients regularly in relation to the subcontractors charge under the Building Industry Fairness (Security of Payment) Act 2017 and has represented the client’s in all levels of the Courts to enforce charges under the Act.

For assistance with your adjudication application or other legal matters, please contact CTI Lawyers on 02 9021 9699 or email [email protected]

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