A recent hot topic has been the width of the powers given to NCAT to resolve strata disputes.
In particular, can NCAT resolve any strata dispute or just some disputes?
This interesting issue was considered in a recent decision of the Appeal Panel of NCAT.
The Strata Schemes Management Act 2015 gives NCAT power to make orders to settle complaints or disputes about the operation, administration or management of strata schemes or the exercise of functions of an owners corporation. But the width of that power is not entirely clear.
For example, does the power allow NCAT to make an order to resolve any strata dispute?
Here we share a recent case outcome Can NCAT Resolve Any Strata Dispute or Just Some Disputes?
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