Potential Class Action against The Trustees of the Master Builders Fidelity Fund Scheme
Kerin Benson Lawyers is currently investigating the possibility of a Class Action against The Trustees of the Master Builders Fidelity Fund Scheme (Fidelity Fund).
You may be eligible to join the proposed Class Action if:
- you have purchased a residential property in the ACT; and
- your residential property is either a house or an apartment in a building which is three storeys or less (not including basement carparking); and
- your residential property suffers from building defects.
If you believe you meet the above criteria and you wish to register your interest in joining the proposed Class Action, please read this information page carefully first, and then click on the button below and follow the instructions to provide your details.
How much will it cost to be part of the Class Action?
It is expected that the proposed Class Action will be run on a “no win – no fee” basis, with all costs to be paid by a third party funder. This means that you will not have to pay any fees unless the claims are successfully resolved and you get financial compensation, in which case the third party funder will only be paid out of any compensation you recover.
If the Class Action is unsuccessful and the Court makes an adverse costs order, the third party funder will pay the other side’s costs and it will not cost you anything.
How to participate in the Class Action
You can register your interest in the Class Action by completing the registration process below.
Registration is free and without obligation and should take you no more than 10 minutes to complete. You will be asked some basic questions about yourself and your property. It may assist if you have details of your property to hand before starting, for example a copy of your sale contract.
Once you have registered your interest, you will be contacted by one of our lawyers.
Important Note – No Obligations by registration
Merely registering your interest through this website is not binding in any way and does not constitute acceptance into a contract. If you have any questions, you can contact Kerin Benson Lawyers by email on email@example.com or call 02 6140 3270.