Welcome to Be Legal Property Compliance, your dedicated partner in ensuring the safety and compliance of your property.
At Be Legal, we are committed to keeping people safer in their homes.
Our unwavering dedication to safety sits at the heart of everything we do.

About Be Legal Property Compliance Services

With over 15 years of experience, Be Legal Property Compliance Services has been serving property owners in Brisbane and its surrounding suburbs. We specialize in smoke alarm installations and ongoing service contracts, as well as pool and corded blind compliance services. Our services are primarily offered in collaboration with property managers, making us a trusted name in the industry.

Why Choose Be Legal?

Trained Technicians

A trained Be Legal technician will ensure adhereance to state and national legislation

Agent Liaison

Property managers gain portal access for up to date information on work orders and invoices, legal entry (Form 9), historical servicing records available and liaison with staff for efficient and reliable service

Compliance Reports

Receive a compliance report confirming compliance with relevant legislation

'All In One' Service

Packages available to include smoke alarm testing, corded blind compliance, meter reading and safety switch testing, as well as pool fence safety checks

2022 Legislation

From 1st January 2022, important changes came in to effect regarding smoke alarm legislation.

Landlords and property managers must ensure rental properties are compliant before renewing leases. Sellers must also declare compliance in Form 24 to the Office of State Revenue.

Fines will apply to property owners who fail to meet these obligations.

2027 Legislation

Starting from 1 Jan 2027, all owner-occupied properties must have Australian Standards Compliant AS3786-2014 interconnected photoelectric smoke alarms.

This ensures that when one alarm is triggered, all alarms in the property activate, providing an early warning sign of potential fire danger.

It’s important to note that if your current smoke alarms in QLD are over 10 years old and/or not operational, you may risk having a fire-related insurance claim denied by your insurer. Don’t take that risk!