Thank you Strata for your support in 2017. Here are some useful links from 2017 that will come in handy.
One year later… the top 5 new strata laws and the three main changes to owners corporation fines.
Supreme Court orders the NSW Sheriff to sell the owner’s unit by a certain date for recovery of overdue levies.
NCAT confirms it does not have power to impose monetary penalties on persons who breach orders.
NCAT rule’s against a short term letting by-law being passed for a Sydney apartment block, was NCAT’s decision wrong?
Does a strata committee have the power to make decisions on behalf of an owners corporation? Should you save yourself a vote next time?
An NCAT decision allowing a lot owner to keep unauthorised renovations was recently overturned by the Supreme Court.
An apartment block in Rhodes, Sydney claims damages against Walker Group Constructions, inferring a breach of statutory warranties.
The Supreme Court has ordered an owners corporation suing its former lawyers to give security for the costs the lawyers will incur.
Information owners corporation have about their owners can actually make it much simpler for us to act more effectively in recovering strata levies.