So, when can an owner who does not pay levies on time be made bankrupt? And what happens once an owner is bankrupted?
Why is it imperative that any strata levies in arrears are recovered in a timely manner? To find out download our paper now.
The owners committee wins a supreme court suit, debuting the apartment for the first time by auctioning off the debt.
Thank you Strata for your support in 2017. Here are some useful links from 2017 that will come in handy.
Supreme Court orders the NSW Sheriff to sell the owner’s unit by a certain date for recovery of overdue levies.
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.
Do you have owners wanting to enter into payment plans to pay overdue levies? Then you may find our template payment plan useful.
Did you know 21 day notices sent by strata managers to owners in levy arrears are not compliant with the new legislation.
Did you know Garnishee Orders are the most effective way to recover outstanding levies. So, what is a Garnishee Order?
Well, we know how to approach or should we say, poke, a lot owner who does not pay their strata levies on time. Here’s how!