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SOLICITOR - Defect / Handover Report

Empower Your Client's Decision-Making with BeSafe

Why do they need a Defect/Handover Report?

At BeSafe, we recognise the role solicitors play in ensuring the construction journey aligns with legal standards and client expectations. Our inspectors bring more than 10 years of experience in the Building Industry and are Registered Building Practitioners.

This wealth of knowledge allows us to assess construction work with precision, identifying any potential breaches in building contracts. In the event of a defect dispute with a builder or supervisor during construction, BeSafe reports offer comprehensive evidence, accompanied by digital photos, they serve as a robust foundation for dispute resolution, providing clarity in legal proceedings. Contact us today to initiate the inspection process!


Our BeSafe Defect/Handover Reports may include:

  • Details of unsuitable new materials and poor tradesmanship
  • Breaches of the Australian Consumer Law
  • Breaches of statutory warranties contained in building legislation
  • Liability for negligence or misrepresentation

Your last chance inspection:

A Pre-Handover Inspection is the last chance to check if your new home’s workmanship is of the expected quality. At this crucial stage in the contract, you retain the power to rectify any defects before the final payment is made, ensuring your client’s satisfaction and legal compliance.

When will my client’s report be ready?

Post-inspection, our dedicated team commits to finalising the detailed report within 24 to 48 hours. This efficient timeline, inclusive of accompanying photos, equips you with the essential information needed for informed legal strategies and client counsel.

Why choose Besafe?

Apart from complete peace of mind and safety, here are a few more reasons.

Buy and download an existing inspection report

With an industry-leading team equipped with the latest technology, we promise a seamless inspection process and a final report that is thorough, comprehensive and complete.

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