Important Changes to CLMA 2021
The commencement of the Community Land Management Act 2021 (CLMA 2021) on 1 December 2021 has introduced a number of important changes to the laws regulating by-laws in Community Management Statements and Neighbourhood Management Statements.
Are Your By-laws up to Date?
As a result of these changes a number of by-laws contained in Management Statements are no longer valid or enforceable and many by-laws in Management Statements are now redundant.
This means there is a need for community associations and neighbourhood associations to review their Management Statements to ensure compliance with the CLMA 2021.
By-law Reviews – What Lessons Have Been Learned?
In the article below, we share some of the lessons that have been learned from those by-law reviews following the commencement of CLMA 2021. We look at:
- Harsh By-laws
- Pet By-laws
- By-laws Regarding Association Committees and Insurance
- Old Terminology
- Changes to Part 1 By-laws
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