Complaints about a private certifier or council
Private certifiers and councils must comply with the Development Act 1993 and Development Regulations 2008 .
All private certifiers registered in South Australia must also abide by the standards of professional conduct set out in the code of practice - .
If you feel that your private certifier or council has failed to comply with or violated the Act, Regulations or the Code of Practice then you may lodge a complaint with the Minister for Planning.
A complaint must:
- be in writing
- contain particulars of the allegations on which the complaint is based
- be verified by statutory declaration , which means that the statement of claim must be witnessed by a Justice of the Peace.
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