However, this extension applies only to measures that expired on July 16, 2019 (when the Victorian government announced the Disguise Fund), but 12 months after Section 53 of the CSV Act came into force. The new law, which came into force on October 30, 2018, will allow municipal councils to enter into a disguise agreement with an owner or owner company and a third-party lender (unless the local council is the lender). The Act establishes Cladding Safety Victoria (CSV) as a self-contained velvet community, so that it will no longer perform its functions as an entity of the Victorian Building Authority. It defines how CSV will proceed with the renovation of the cladding in Victoria so that municipal construction experts can inform CSV about buildings they suspect have defective cladding and allow cSV to determine whether or not it will provide financial assistance for cladding renovations. The CSV Act also amends section 134 of the Construction Act 1993 (Vic) to extend the period during which a „coating construction“ can be applied up to 12 years after the issuance of the use permit for the work (instead of the usual 10-year period). The Commission cannot reach an agreement on the rectification of the cladding, unless the Commission is convinced that the total amount of taxes, rates, taxes and mortgages payable on taxable land, in addition to the total value of the coating disposal tax, is an amount corresponding to the improved value of the land after the completion of the work that would be carried out under the coating disposal agreement. (e) Ensuring that the Council can use the money it receives under the disguise tax – On the recommendation of the Victorian Wrestling Force, the Andrews government tabled in Parliament last week as part of the Building Amendment (Registration of Trades and other matters) Bill 2018, a mechanism to reduce the costs of removing hazardous flammable coatings from Victorian residential buildings. We are able to assist Victorian homeowners and owners in meeting their rights and obligations under these amendments and to carefully verify whether they have the right to undertake construction of flammable wall coverings. We are also able to help contractors determine if they are potentially responsible for extended limitation times. CSV is currently a business unit of the Victorian Building Authority (VBA) since the government announced in July 2019 the $600 million package for repairing buildings with flammable disguises. CSV is now becoming a stand-alone unit with various functions to help Victoriaville residents repair non-compliant or non-compliant exterior cladding products on buildings to improve the safety of these buildings. The loan to finance the correction is considered a „disguise tax“ (tax) in accordance with the law, with owners having to benefit from a period of at least 10 years to pay a fee through their rates. As with all other rates and taxes applicable to the land, the current owner of the land is required to pay, even if that owner did not own the land when the Cra was created and the royalty was created.
In other words, the debts run with the property. Practically, this means that if an owner sells his property during this period, the remaining tax to be paid with the nearest owner is transferred as an obligation that remains with the land until.