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    Dilapidation Inspection Report

    Inspection Date: Property Address:

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    Contents

    The parties

    Results of inspection - summarySection A

    GeneralSection B

    AccessibilitySection C

    Significant itemsSection D

    Additional commentsSection E

    Annexures to this reportSection F

    Definitions to help you better understand this report

    Terms on which this report was prepared

    Special conditions or instructions

    If you have any queries with this report or require further information, please do not hesitate to contact the person who carried out the inspection.

    This Report contains reference to material that is the copyright of Standards Australia. That content is reproduced under agreement with SAI Global to Jim's Building Inspections (Australia).

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    The Parties

    Name of Client:

    Name of Principal (if applicable):

    Job Address:

    Client's Email Address:

    Client's Phone Number:

    Consultant: George Vasilakis Ph: 0404 033 387 Email: [email protected]

    Licence / Registration Number: INS HGL7525/HPI5139

    Company Name: Jim's Building Inspections (Brighton)

    Company Address and Postcode: , Highett VIC 3190

    Company Email: [email protected]

    Company Contact Numbers: 0404 033 387

    Special conditions or instructions

    A report may be conditional on information provided by the person, agents or employees of the person requesting the report, apparent concealment of possible defects and a range of other factors.

    The following apply: Not Applicable

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    Section A Results of inspection - summary

    A summary of your inspection is outlined below; please also refer to the Report.

    Found Not Found

    Safety Hazard

    Major Defect

    Minor Defect

    Additional specialist inspections: Not Applicable

    In summary the building, compared to others of similar age and construction is in the condition documented in this report.

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    Section B General

    General description of the property

    Building Type: Commercial, Detached

    Number of Storeys: Single

    Main building – floor construction: Stumps, Strip Footings, Subfloor Timber Frame

    Main building – wall construction: Brick Veneer (Timber Framed), Timber Framed and Clad

    Main building – roof construction: Pitched, Tiled

    Other timber building elements: N/A

    Other building elements: Driveway, Fence - Brick

    Occupancy status: Occupied

    Furnished: Furnished

    Strata or company title properties: No

    Orientation (to establish the way the property was viewed):

    North

    Prevailing weather conditions at the time of inspection:

    Fine

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    Section C Accessibility

    Areas Inspected

    The following areas were inspected. As documented in your Pre-Inspection Agreement, obstructions and limitations to the accessible areas for inspection are to be expected in any inspection. Refer also to our listing of obstructions and limitations.

    - Exterior - Interior - Fencing - Wall Exterior

    The inspection excludes areas which are affected by obstructions or where access is limited or unsafe. We do not move obstructions and building defects may not be obvious unless obstructions or unsafe conditions are removed to provide access.

    The following areas were inaccessible:

    - Rooms where entry was denied to the inspector.

    Any areas which are inaccessible at the time of inspection present a high risk for undetected building defects. The client is strongly advised to make arrangements to access inaccessible areas urgently.

    Obstructions and Limitations Building defects may be concealed by the following obstructions which prevented full inspection:

    - Stored items, built in cabinetry, furniture and personal items obscured approximately 25% of every room.

    The presence of obstructions increases the risk of undetected defects. The client should make arrangement to remove obstructions where ever possible and re-inspect these areas as a matter of urgency. See also overall risk rating for undetected defects.

    Undetected defect risk assessment A risk rating is provided to help you understand the degree to which accessibility issues and the presence of obstructions have limited the scope of the inspection.

    The risk of undetected defects is: Medium

    When the risk of undetected defects is high we strongly recommend further inspection once access is provided or if the obstruction can be removed. Contact us for further advice.

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    Section D Significant Items

    Safety Hazard

    No evidence was found.

    Major Defect

    No evidence was found.

    Minor Defect

    Defects 3.01

    Building: Main Building Location: Entry Finding: Plaster - Cracking x2 Information: Cracking to the internal plaster was identified in this area at the time of inspection.

    This cracking should be monitored frequently to identify whether further cracking results.

    The plaster cracking is approximately up to 1mm wide by 250mm long at the time of inspection. The plaster cracking is approximately up to 2mm wide by 400mm long at the time of inspection.

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    Section D Significant Items

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    Defects 3.02

    Building: Main Building Location: Hallway Finding: Plaster - Cracking x3 Information: Cracking to the internal plaster was identified in this area at the time of inspection.

    This cracking should be monitored frequently to identify whether further cracking results.

    The plaster cracking is approximately up to 2mm wide by 60mm long at the time of inspection. The plaster cracking is approximately up to 2mm wide by 60mm long at the time of inspection. The plaster cracking is approximately up to 2mm wide by 50mm long at the time of inspection.

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    Section D Significant Items

    Defects 3.03

    Building: Main Building Location: Kitchen Finding: Plaster - Cracking Information: Cracking to the internal plaster was identified in this area at the time of inspection.

    This cracking should be monitored frequently to identify whether further cracking results.

    The plaster cracking is approximately up to 1mm wide by 300mm long at the time of inspection.

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    Section D Significant Items

    Defects 3.04

    Building: Main Building Location: Reception Office Finding: Plaster - Cracking x3 Information: Cracking to the internal plaster was identified in this area at the time of inspection.

    This cracking should be monitored frequently to identify whether further cracking results.

    The plaster cracking is approximately up to 1mm wide by 2500mm long at the time of inspection. The plaster cracking is approximately up to 2mm wide by 400mm long at the time of inspection. The plaster cracking is approximately up to 1mm wide by 600mm long at the time of inspection.

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    Section D Significant Items

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    Section D Significant Items

    Defects 3.05

    Building: Main Building Location: Waiting Room Finding: Plaster - Cracking x4 Information: Cracking to the internal plaster was identified in this area at the time of inspection.

    This cracking should be monitored frequently to identify whether further cracking results.

    The plaster cracking is approximately up to 1mm wide by 200mm long at the time of inspection. The plaster cracking is approximately up to 1mm wide by 600mm long at the time of inspection. The plaster cracking is approximately up to 1mm wide by 700mm long at the time of inspection. The plaster cracking is approximately up to 1mm wide by 400mm long at the time of inspection.

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    Section D Significant Items

    Defects 3.06

    Building: Main Building Location: Consulting Room 2 Finding: Plaster - Cracking x3 Information: Cracking to the internal plaster was identified in this area at the time of inspection.

    This cracking should be monitored frequently to identify whether further cracking results.

    The plaster cracking is approximately up to 1mm wide by 700mm long at the time of inspection. The plaster cracking is approximately up to 2mm wide by 1200mm long at the time of inspection. The plaster cracking is approximately up to 1mm wide by 400mm long at the time of inspection.

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    Section D Significant Items

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    Defects 3.07

    Building: Main Building Location: Rear Elevation Finding: Brickwork - Sill Bricks Lifted/Mortar Cracking Information: Lifting of window sill bricks was identified in this area at the time of inspection.

    This should be carefully monitored to ensure that further lifting does not ensue as a result of further dilapidation.

    Sill bricks were raised by approximately 30mm.

    Mortar to one brick was cracked.

    Please refer to associated photographs for further detail.

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