Home Building Act 1989 No 147
Current version for 1 January 2014 to date (accessed 23 November 2014 at 14:26)
Part 2ASection 16F

16F   Exhibition homes

(1)  In this section, exhibition home means a dwelling made available for inspection to persons who are invited, expressly or impliedly, to enter into a contract for the supply of a kit home designed to enable the construction of a similar dwelling.
(2)  A person who makes an exhibition home available for inspection or who advertises that an exhibition home is so available is guilty of an offence if, at any time it is available for inspection, there is not prominently displayed at the home:
(a)  a copy of the plans and specifications relating to its construction, and
(b)  if the person is aware that persons are to be invited to enter into contracts of the kind referred to in subsection (1) by use of a standard form of contract, a copy of that form of contract.

Maximum penalty: 80 penalty units in the case of a corporation and 40 penalty units in any other case.

(3)  If:
(a)  a contract is entered into with a kit home supplier for the supply of a kit home designed to enable the construction of a dwelling that is similar to an exhibition home, and
(b)  the kit home supplier knows that it was entered into after the other party to the contract had inspected the home, and
(c)  the contract in any way identifies the kit home to be supplied under the contract by reference to the home,
the contract is to be taken to contain a provision that the kit home so supplied will conform to the same plans and quality of materials as the exhibition home, except to the extent (if any) that the contract and its accompanying plans provide for any departure from them.
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