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.
By-laws consolidations – is a mistake worth the risk not not being covered by your insurance?
Does NCAT have power to make an order for the payment of money? How did the matter play out in this recent case?
NCAT does not have power to award damages but might be able to order payment of compensation…
When does a strata committee member need to disclose a pecuniary interest?
Do you know a landlord is not responsible for tenants complying with strata by-laws? But there is a solution…
Are pet by-laws banning the keeping of pets no longer worth the paper they’re written on? What about owners who want to live in “pet free” blocks?
In this article we take an in-depth look at the strata collective case and what lessons can be learned from the Court’s decision.
Legal documents served to an owners corporation’s outdated address. How to avoid an embarrassing moment!
A recent decision of the Appeal Panel of NCAT clarifies their jurisdiction to resolve strata issues across states.