Thank you Strata for your support in 2017. Here are some useful links from 2017 that will come in handy.
The Sheriff can be a very important ally when an owner fails to pay their strata levies, ignores repeated requests for payment and all else fails.
NCAT confirms it does not have power to impose monetary penalties on persons who breach orders.
NCAT rule’s against a short term letting by-law being passed for a Sydney apartment block, was NCAT’s decision wrong?
Does an owners corporation need to modify its common property to provide easier access for disabled residents in its strata scheme?
We all know an owners corporation must maintain and repair common property but what happens when an owner alters the common property?
The Supreme Court has decided that structural defects under the old home building legislation do not extend to cover certain building elements.
Can the strata committee approve repairs which alter, add to or improve common property without the authority of a special resolution?
An apartment building in Rhodes, Sydney claimed damages against Walker Group Constructions, inferring they had breached statutory warranties.
JS Mueller & Co is delighted to announce the appointment of Anna Minassian to our growing team of strata law experts.