- When the work is completed it will be signed off by the homeowner and the supervisor.
How are we to know that all has been done to the appropriate standards, and met all regulatory requirements? This is not to say that Fletchers (or the project managers used by insurance companies) are not to be trusted, rather it points to the fact that the homeowner(s) continue to be in a difficult position, especially if a dispute about what has been done arises in the future.
In a non-earthquake world life would be simpler. The building of a new houses is adequately covered by legislation; the mass repair of existing dwellings is not. Where buildings are damaged, or being renovated, the work is usually done on a small scale with more input and control by the homeowner.
More information is needed about this.