- What’s mine and what’s common property?
- What is the Owners Corporation required to maintain?
Check your states tab for the latest information about Strata Maintenance and Common Areas. New information and links are added regularly. Be sure to check back to be kept up-to-date.
According to Strata Community Association (NSW), here is the definition of Common Property:
- Areas of a strata building or community which do not form part of a lot and that every occupier or owner shares. Common property may include gardens, fences, driveways and visitor parking.
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Emma Smythies, Bugden Allen Lawyers
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NSW Strata Window Safety
Peter Berney, Solutions In Engineering
Jun 2016: This edition of LookUpStrata’s Strata Snapshot Series, Peter shares his knowledge about:
- Why window safety is important
- Why the new window safety legislation has been put in place in NSW
- Who is responsible? The owner or the owners corporation?
- Why should owners corporations comply?
Most Recent Strata Maintenance and Common Areas Articles
- QLD: Q&A Can a Common Property Asset be Repurposed? - Question: What legal capacity is there for a common property asset (a tennis court) to be re-purposed by a limited number of unit owners?
- ACT: CCTV Cameras and Privacy in Strata - Question: A lot owner has requested to install CCTV cameras. I'm the only owner to object because it affects my privacy the most. Can I do anything to stop this from going ahead?
Our articles and Q&As about maintenance and common areas have been arranged by State
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