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Our building has extensive waterproofing issues and we have trusted the strata manager/building consultants/engineers to recommend several tenders for the scope of works (balconies, bathrooms, pergolas etc).
The contract we’ve ended up with is 126 pages long, is it common practice to have a lawyer look over the contract before signing? Its quite an extensive and expensive remediation, somewhere around the $800k mark and no one on the EC has expertise in these matters. Ultimately we want to protect ourselves as much as possible from the final cost blowing way out of proportion due to tricky/vague wording.
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