What type of resolution must an owners corporation pass in order to authorise a change to common property?
The strata legislation allows an owners corporation to replace common property with the authority of an ordinary resolution.
But the legislation also says that an owners corporation cannot upgrade common property unless it first passes a special resolution.
Where is the line drawn between replacing and improving common property?
In this article we take a closer look at this much vexed issue: Changing Common Property_ An Ordinary or Special Resolution?
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