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Frank Higginson, Hynes Legal
Bylaw enforcement is not an optional activity when it comes to Strata Legislation Queensland. By-laws must be enforced, and the responsibility for their enforcement lies with the committee.
Terminating Management Rights Agreements
Mario Esera talks about the problems associated with Terminating Management Rights Agreements QLD.
Mario provides detailed information about the following:
- Why is the process of terminating management rights agreements so difficult for body corporates?
- What do you feel should be done to prevent these difficulties in the future?
Mario also discusses the steps involved in terminating, provides examples and talks about reasonableness.
Most Recent Strata Legislation Queensland 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?
- QLD: Making Sure Your Bylaws are Correct - Committees have a statutory obligation to enforce the body corporate’s by-laws. However, by-laws are often forgotten about until they are actually needed to be enforced.
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