A building in a strata scheme is a building to which section 118 of the Act applies if the building contains lots used for residential purposes.
A window within any such building is a window to which section 118 of the Act applies if—
Building Code of Australia, andit is a window within the meaning of the
it can be opened, and
the lowest level of the window opening is less than 1.7 metres above the surface of any internal floor that abuts the wall of which it forms part, and
that internal floor is 2 metres or more above the ground surface, or any external surface, below the window that abuts the wall, and
it is a window on common property to which access can be gained from a residence in a strata scheme or a window on any part of the building that is part of a residence.
A screen, lock or any other device is a complying window safety device for the purposes of section 118 of the Act if it—
is capable of restricting the opening of a window so that a sphere having a diameter of 125 millimetres or more cannot pass through the window opening, and
is capable of resisting an outward horizontal action of 250 newtons, and
has a child resistant release mechanism, in the case of a device that can be removed, overridden or unlocked.
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