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Australian building products manufacturer James Hardie says it faces potential net costs of up to US$47.6 million from the leaky building cases and the New Zealand Ministry of Education’s class suit against cladding manufacturers.

In April, the New Zealand government lodged a claim in the High Court against cladding manufacturers that supplied materials used in school buildings affected by weather-tightness failure, seeking remediation on 800 buildings across more than 300 schools.

James Hardie has been named in five separate High Court judgments on other leaky building cases this year, excluding the Education Ministry’s suit, involving three Auckland apartment buildings, one apartment property in Mount Maunganui and one residential property in Wellington.

Legal action has been the preferred route for owners of leaky buildings, who have the possibility of getting all of their money back rather than having to wear half the costs if they accept a government assistance package.

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