So, what are the proposed changes to the new property licensing laws that will affect strata?
So, what was the outcome after the Court handed down its judgment? Why did the Court decide that the lot owner should pay the litigation costs?
So, when can an owner who does not pay levies on time be made bankrupt? And what happens once an owner is bankrupted?
The Supreme Court has rejected a proposal by an owners corporation to upgrade its common property impeding access to an owner’s car space.
NSW Fair Trading incorrect details uploaded on their website concerning window safety devices for strata.
So what are the recently announced changes to the Strata Building Bond and Inspection Scheme?
Thank you Strata for your support in 2017. Here are some useful links from 2017 that will come in handy.
The Sheriff can be a very important ally when an owner fails to pay their strata levies, ignores repeated requests for payment and all else fails.
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?