Inquiry also hears only three of 71 Brisbane hotels used to house G20 leaders in 2014 complied with safety standards

Glaring loopholes mean the widespread use of fraudulent documents to certify dangerous building products is going unchecked in Australia, an inquiry has heard.

It has also heard only three of the 71 buildings used to house G20 leaders in Brisbane in 2014 complied with safety standards.

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