For New Residential Buildings
Once the work has been completed, you will be able to proceed with the pre- acceptance inspection.This inspection will allow you to determine whether any work still needs to be completed or corrected. This is the procedure to follow for the reimbursement of partial payments and for the completion of work:
In other words, at this point in the process, if you are not yet the owner of your home, you will have the right to a reimbursement of partial payments up to a maximum of $50,000. On the other hand, if you hold the ownership title, the work can be completed provided that the scale of the work does not result in a profit to you (See Benefits provided).
If the plan manager must intervene to complete or correct the work done, you must have your financial institution withhold the remaining amounts due for the purchase of your home. You can also contact a notary, a lawyer, or the plan manager; these parties can deposit the money that is still owed on your home into a special account.
The following information must be included in all decisions made by the plan manager:
BE AWARE! Common portions? The syndicate becomes involved
If the claim concerns the common portions, all the steps to implement the guarantee must be carried out by the syndicate of co-owners. You want to be absolutely sure the work is done according to common trade practices? The best plan is to join the syndicate!