The LNP has committed to cutting red tape for home buyers and the real estate industry by streamlining home sale contracts and warning statements.
LNP Shadow Attorney-General Jarrod Bleijie said the LNP was committed to helping businesses across Queensland and the change would mean less red tape for home buyers and real estate agents.
“Under a Campbell Newman-led government, the existing warning statement will be incorporated in standard contracts without the need for separate documentation,” Mr Bleijie said.
Mr Bliejie confirmed the LNP’s commitment to scrap Labor’s useless sustainability declarations and reintroduce the principal place of residence concessional rate of stamp duty.
“It’s a win-win for everyone,” he said.
“The Bligh Labor government and Small Business Minister Jan Jarratt are clueless when it comes to real action on cutting red tape for small business.
“They’ve got no answers to rein in their non-stop growth in red tape, fees and charges, and overall compliance costs for hardworking businesses.”
“we are about commonsense initiatives to wind back Labor’s over-regulated and burdensome attack on small business across Queensland
Mr Bleijie said only the LNP could deliver change.
“Red tape is a $7 billion annual drain on business in Queensland.
We can’t have growth in the Queensland economy without a change of government. We need to get Queensland back on track.”