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Updated Swimming Pool Laws

By Ray White Toronto Reception

Are you up to date with the Pool Laws?

Do you own a Pool?
Are you a Landlord or thinking about selling your Property?
Then you need to make sure that your Pool is compliant before you sell or lease out your property!

From 29 April 2015:

● residential properties in NSW with a swimming pool or spa pool cannot be sold, and

● new residential tenancy agreements cannot

be entered into for properties with a swimming pool or spa pool unless they have a valid Certificate of Compliance or relevant occupation certificate. In a strata scheme, the owners corporation is responsible for ensuring there is a valid Certificate of Compliance or relevant occupation certificate for swimming pools or spa pools on common property. Work may need to be undertaken before a Certificate can be issued, so owners corporations should act now to ensure they have a valid Certificate of Compliance before 29 April 2015. Local councils and accredited private certifiers can provide information on how to obtain a Certificate.

For more information, download the New Swimming Pool Fact Sheet or call our office on 4959 6577 and speak to our Property Management Department who can talk to you through the necessary steps in making sure your pool is compliant!

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