Important update for customers of Porter Davis (in liquidation)

Following from the Grant Thornton’s, liquidator of Porter Davis, Customer Meeting this morning, there are still many questions left unanswered and we can appreciate that there may be some uncertainty that exists regarding what your rights and obligations are and what you should do next.

Our Building team at PCL Lawyers will use tomorrow’s Webinar to address those outstanding questions and set the record straight with regard to some concerning answers. In addition to answering the commonly asked questions regarding including insurance, deposits and contract termination in more detail.

Our Webinar will be informative with practical and commercially sound legal advice that safeguards your interests as, ultimately, the Liquidators’ role is NOT to protect your interests. The role of the liquidator is instead to preserve and maximize Porter Davis’ assets, which may or may not include your homes.

Landowners will have different queries about your building project and you can direct your questions to us before hand or the online chat.

We otherwise understand that the VMIA is hosting two (2) information sessions tomorrow at 2.00pm and 5.00pm. We encourage people to attend our webinar at 2.00pm which is expected to run to 4.00pm and as we will touch on the VMIA claims process. It may be beneficial for you to attend VMIA’s session to gain more information on their internal processes and procedures at 5.00pm.

Please see again for your ease of reference the link below where you can register for our Webinar:

https://pclllawyers.ac-page.com/building_advice_porter_davis

We hope to see you at our Webinar and look forward to assisting and answering any of your questions.

If you have specific queries about the Webinar, please send your email to [email protected] and one of our team members will be in touch with you.

Disclaimer: This article has been prepared for general information purposes and may not apply to your situation. This information should not be relied upon for legal, tax or accounting advice. Your individual circumstances will alter any legal advice given. The views expressed may not reflect the opinions, views or values ​​of PCL lawyers and belong solely to the author of the content. © PCL Lawyers Pty Ltd.

If you require legal advice specific to your situation, please speak to one of our team members today.

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Katrina Lay is a Lawyer in the Building and Construction team. Katrina has experience in both…

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