What is the definition of a major building defect? Could your major defect no longer be a major?
The dangers of unreasonable strata communications and what you can do to stop these unreasonable communications.
The Supreme Court has rejected a proposal by an owners corporation to upgrade its common property impeding access to an owner’s car space.
Thank you Strata for your support in 2017. Here are some useful links from 2017 that will come in handy for 2018.
We all know an owners corporation must maintain and repair common property but what happens when an owner alters the common property?
Can an owners corporation shut down the lifts in its building to refurbish them? If so, do they have to pay compensation to owners and tenants?
NCAT has confirmed that it is business as usual and that appeals against decisions of Strata Adjudicators will continue to be dealt with by NCAT.
Thank you Strata for your support in 2016. As a wrap up here are some useful strata links from 2016…
‘Are you Prepared for the New Strata Laws?’ JS Mueller & Co present to the strata industry.
There has been recent media coverage concerning proposed changes to laws regulating short term lettings in apartment buildings in NSW.