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Re: so the law says

Posted by alexandra_k on August 14, 2021, at 16:53:23

In reply to Re: so the law says, posted by alexandra_k on August 14, 2021, at 16:47:48

and it was obvious before the trial against the building product started that the obvious defence was that the builders did not install the product in accordance with the manufactuers instructions.

because people don't follow the rules like that. they simply won't.

they wouldn't have graduated them from building school if they followed the manufacturers instructions. they wouldn't have graduated them from building school if they followed the paltry few laws that we actually have got on how things are to be installed.

so it was obvious before the trial started that any litigation funding was... uh... throwing money into the cesspile of our law system with no possible return.

and the lawyers got greedy...

instead of keeping things simple. keeping things simple. amalgamating things and keeping things simple. keeping legal costs reasonable.

so there could be a pay-out for home-owners to help distribute the costs of remedying the problem...

but they got greedy.

the courts are incapable (seems to me) of keeping things simple. so things can be concluded in a timely fashion. timely justice. natural justice. redistribuutive.

they can't do it. things become bloated. the judges focus on some peripheral side-show and insist on dragging things out...

so then they are going ot bankdrupt the company.

so they are wanting to bankdrupt the building company. the manufactuer of the cladding system or whatever.

how are houses going to be built in nzl then?

once you bankdrup the company?

so the litigation funders (from england apparently) stop the funding.

because they wanted to have months of trial.

how can it possible take months of hearing? how can it possibly take months? was it 1 day of hearing per leakky home?

the class action was less efficient than an action against 1 would have been.

the law system in nz is a f*ck*ng joke.

they genuinely don't seem capable.




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