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Whether you’re selling, leasing or registering a property with a swimming pool, it legally must be professionally certified.

Swimming Pool Certifier provides an efficient, professional certification process to ensure your compliance.

All pool owners are required to register their pool on the Queensland Pool Register and ensure compliance with the law by
November 30, 2015.
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Buying or selling a home with a pool

Either a Pool Safety Certificate — Form 23 or a Notice of No Pool Safety Certificate — Form 36 is required when selling a property with a pool. 
before entering a contract

Before entering into a contract

If you’re leasing a property with a pool, you will also need a Swimming Pool Safety Inspector to obtain a pool safety certificate. If no Pool Safety Certificate is in effect, the seller must give the prospective purchaser a Notice of No pool Safety Certificate — Form 36.
before entering a contract

Before settlement

If a pool safety certificate is in effect, the seller must give the buyer a copy of the Pool safety Certificate — Form 23, before settlement. If a pool safety certificate is not in effect before settlement, the seller must give the purchaser a Notice of No Pool Safety Certificate — Form 36 with the settlement date on the form.
after settlement

After settlement

If a certificate is not in effect before settlement, the purchaser has 90 days from settlement to obtain a Pool safety Certificate — Form 23.

Sale at Auction

If a property with a pool is being sold at auction and no pool safety certificate is in effect, the owner or their agent (e.g., auctioneer, real estate agent, etc.) must ensure that a Notice of No Pool Safety Certificate — Form 36 is given to the prospective purchaser/s before entering into a contract of sale.

Call Swimming Pool Certifier today for more information!

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