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What remedies may be claimed

A claim under the WHRS Act may be for any remedy that could be claimed in a court of law for:

  • the entry of water into the building(s) concerned
  • damage or loss of value caused by the entry of water into the building(s)
  • loss of value caused by the fact that the building(s) is not weathertight
  • making the building(s) weathertight in relation to the defects that enabled the entry of water into the building(s)
  • making the building(s) weathertight in relation to the defects that are likely to enable the entry of water into the building(s) in future.

If a claimant applies to the Tribunal they must pay their own costs and expenses relating to making the WHRS claim unless the Tribunal considers that a party has caused these costs and expenses to be incurred unnecessarily by bad faith or allegations that are without substantial merit.