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Question: Can a strata manager charge higher strata management fees if a committee decides to place the insurance independently of the strata manager? What is the connection between strata management fees and strata manager insurance commissions?
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Question: Where do we stand for Strata Insurance for common driveway? Are we able to separately insure the common driveway, without having to take out insurance for the whole strata plan?
Question: The body corporate manager and current committee members are advising lot owners on “how to vote”. This does not sound like it will produce an unbiased result. What are the body corporate voting rules about this?
As a strata scheme, you often have to deal not only with your fellow lot owners but also with your “neighbours” outside of the scheme – those landowners located adjacent to you. You may have had reason to deal with one or more of the examples of matters mentioned in this post – but if you haven’t, get ready. You almost certainly will at some point!