A recent incident involving an exploding gas cylinder in a strata building in Adelaide resulted in property damage and loss of life. Here are 3 things every person should do to ensure an incident like this does not occur in their unit.
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Question: Can a strata manager force (by threatening with court action) an owner to pay extra fees to cover the non-payment of another owner?
Qu: We have quite a few items on our third floor terrace. The building manager is insisting we get a engineers report to ensure the terrance can hold the weight of the items.
Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, there are a number of constraints on getting the fire equipment maintained in your building. Try out our decision making model to help you manage the risk.
The Department of Consumer and Business Services has introduced a new license for the inspection and testing of water based fire systems. Find out what this means for your building.
Question: I have concerns about the lack of access for police, fire, and other emergency services to all floors within my 7 story building.
Question: As a small Developer of a Community Titled Property in South Australia, what am I required to provide for setting up the initial meeting of the complex?
Question: Can a for sale sign can be displayed on the outside a strata townhouse in Adelaide? And if so, are there restrictions on how long can it be left up?
Question: As AGM minutes only need to be accepted at the next general meeting, how do you ensure accuracy 12 months after the event?
Question: Is a lot owner entitled to vote an EGM or AGM if there are outstanding amounts payable to the corporation for work done?