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?
Should you agree to being appointed as a compulsory strata manager? A recent NCAT Appeal Panel decision provides some helpful guidance!
What are some of the proposed national strata laws and how are they being aligned? Should NSW accept some of these laws?
Can children be excluded from shared facilities in a strata building or community scheme? In this paper we review children, by-laws and shared facilities.
In a recent case, NCAT has decided that a landlord falls under no obligation to ensure that their tenants comply with the by-laws in a strata scheme.
An NCAT decision allowing a lot owner to keep unauthorised renovations was recently overturned by the Supreme Court.
NSW Fair Trading modified its well known “Strata Living” handbook to indicate that by-laws prohibiting short term lettings are invalid.
What about rules that are made by a strata committee and placed on a notice board? Are they binding?
Thank you Strata for your support in 2016. As a wrap up here are some useful strata links from 2016…