Can an owners corporation approve an agreement at a strata general meeting and if yes, does it need to be included in the meeting notice?
Thank you Strata for your support in 2017. Here are some useful links from 2017 that will come in handy.
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.
Does an owners corporation need to modify its common property to provide easier access for disabled residents in its strata scheme?
An NCAT decision allowing a lot owner to keep unauthorised renovations was recently overturned by the Supreme Court.
What about rules that are made by a strata committee and placed on a notice board? Are they binding?
An apartment building in Rhodes, Sydney claimed damages against Walker Group Constructions, inferring they had breached statutory warranties.
Frustrated trying to register your by-laws? Good news, NSW (LPI) is working on a solution, we’d be happy to assist you with the process.
There are new rules an owners corporation must follow before appointing a lawyer or taking legal action (legal services).