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The upcoming WA reforms have introduced new duties for strata council members. Strata council members need to be diligent and conscious of the strata company’s interests. This may include declaring a conflict of interest.
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Question: Should we have a bylaw allowing residents to have a BBQ on their apartment balcony? If we have no bylaw and a BBQ becomes a fire hazard, will the Strata Committee Members be held liable?
The NCAT Appeal Panel has recently found that NCAT has unlimited jurisdiction when it comes to making an owners corporation pay compensation to a lot owner for reasonably foreseeable loss arising from a failure to maintain common property.
In 2018 the NSW Government announced its intention to make changes to the laws regulating short term accommodation in NSW. The Government proposes to make three key changes to those laws. In this article we take a closer look at those changes.
A NABERS rating allows owners, strata managers, building managers and investors to benchmark the efficiency of a building regarding its use of energy and water for normal operations, against similar buildings across Australia.
Question: Our new strata management company has claimed administration fees from the two months before they took over. Is this usual practice?
Question: One of our Strata Title By-Laws seems unreasonable. Although we are allowed pets, the pet must not be walked or carried through the foyer. The alternative route is not suitable for me due to health reasons.