New proposed laws will impose on builders a duty of care in favour of owners corporations.
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.
How do you deal with adjoining owners and how do you best manage disputes when they arise?
Supreme Court provides helpful guidance for annual general meeting’s in accordance with the new strata laws.
A unique problem concerning common property insurance in Rural NSW. Did NCAT resolve it?
The NSW Court of Appeal has handed down the most important decision concerning building defects in many years. So, what was this case about?
How did the new laws shape up? View our forum papers and presentations here.
NCAT has recently changed the rules that apply to expert evidence in most strata dispute cases. Download our paper.
Did you know a person involved in a strata dispute in NCAT must get permission from NCAT to be represented by a lawyer? So, what are you rights?
The Supreme Court has rejected a proposal by an owners corporation to upgrade its common property impeding access to an owner’s car space.