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Question: If an Owners Corporation is considering obtaining strata legal advice, does it need to get the consent of the Owners Corporation at a General Meeting first? Also, does the consent by owners need to set a limit on the costs eg $5000?
Question: If there are unpaid strata levies upon settlement of an apartment is a small strata scheme, who would be responsible for the payment of the overdue levies? The vendor, the purchaser, the mortgagee?
Question: Can the Owners Corporation place a limit on the size of pets for units? We have a growing, medium size dog and we are worried strata will decide he is too big to be kept in our apartment.
Question: To my understanding, every owner has equal right and say for any issue related to common property alterations, including any change regarding its use etc. and could be vetoed by a single vote in the meeting.
Question: After extensive roof repairs, there is a loud humming noise in the apartment each time the below neighbour uses their exhaust fan. Who’s cost is it to determine the cause of the noise? Our Body Corporate wants us to investigate.
Annual Fire Safety Statements are required to be submitted to your Local Council and Fire and Rescue NSW (FRNSW) each year outlining all Statutory Fire Safety Measures in the building complies with the relevant standard.