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EQCfix.NZ

EQCfix.NZ is an independent public justice project whose overarching goal, in a post disaster environment, is to:

Ensure that EQC meets its obligations under the Earthquake Commission Act 1993 (the Act).

The project intends to achieve its goal by working with central and local body representatives such as legal, insurance, land, engineering, surveying, and quantity surveying professionals; as well as building-industry practitioners and tradespeople, all of whom are demonstrably motivated to ensure that the interests of the homeowner are protected. Our aims are:

 to provide information, and if appropriate education programmes, for homeowners that better enables them to navigate, understand, and manage the EQC process(es) from claim to reinstatement,


 to co-ordinate and support groups of homeowners to work collectively to address EQC's failures to meet its statutory obligations, when a potential EQC performance issue is identified by interested groups / individuals,


 to investigate and, if possible, to provide homeowners with access to a group solution which is affordable and realistic to advocate for an independent inquiry into EQC’s performance, handling and management of Canterbury earthquake claim and reinstatement processes,


 to review and monitor EQC procedures and processes to better ensure that EQC learns from past experience and changes accordingly.

 

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