Will this require owners corporations with “no pets” by-laws to rethink their approach to the keeping of pets in their buildings?
NCAT has decided that strata records are not protected by privacy laws in this recent case.
Are we on the brink? Can NCAT resolve strata disputes?
A recent decision confirms that owners corporation are able to make a by-law that introduces a “user pays” system for utilities costs…
Does this Decision Alter Rights over Areas of Common Property?
Biowood cladding installed on the facade of a multi-storey building in Sydney must be removed!
Here we outline the new building bond and building defect laws that apply from today, 1 July 2020.
Pet ownership and apartment living in strata. Do no pet by-laws have broader implications for other types of prohibiting by-laws?
Does NCAT have the power to award compensation to lot owners? Finally, a conclusive answer from NCAT. Read on…
NCAT rules Biowood cladding is combustible and must be removed as it is a major building defect and poses an undue risk of fire spreading.