How are most strata disputes resolved? What is the difference between strata mediation and strata adjudication? How long does the process take? How much does it cost?
The NSW Government wants most strata disputes to be resolved quickly, cheaply, and out of court. For this reason an entire Chapter of the Strata Schemes Management Act 1996 (“Strata Act”) outlines, in considerable detail, a process for resolving most types of strata disputes.
This process typically involves, first, strata mediation, followed by strata adjudication, and then an appeal to the NSW Civil and Administrative Tribunal.
Click below to download the presentation and full paper on Strata Adjudications and NCAT from our April 2015 seminar:
- JS Mueller & Co Forum Strata Adjudications and NCAT Paper_Apr15
- JS Mueller & Co Forum Strata Adjudications and NCAT Presentation_Apr15
For NSW strata legal or levy collection advice please contact us here or call 02 9562 1266, we’re happy to assist.