Kerin Benson Lawyers While in this case the defamation claim was ultimately not made out we urge lot owners, occupiers and strata managers to exercise care in what they say in their emails.
Tower Body Corporate The most important thing to remember when someone has parked in your space is to remain calm and respectful. Give them the benefit of the doubt, at least in the first instance. Leave a note on the car, or talk with the vehicle’s owner directly.
JS Mueller & Co Lawyers Uncertainty surrounding NCAT’s power to compensate owners for losses as a result of unfixed defects in common property will now need to be clarified by the Supreme Court or legislative intervention by way of an amendment of the Act.
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Sydney NSW: Strata Answers - How to get sustainability help for your strata committee
Many strata buildings are required to take on fairly major works to meet compliance obligations. What if this obligation could become an opportunity to provide real value and long term amenity for residents?
We are looking for a committee interested in coming on board as a “guinea pig” on the renewal journey. We will work with you to help explore a wide range of options: Energy efficiency measures, potential for extra lots – all ideas on the table for consideration. The aim is help to establish a strategic plan.
If you think your scheme can become a swan, send us an email telling us why this opportunity interests you: [email protected]
NSW: City of Sydney Grants Helping Building Owners and Operators Reduce Costs – Round 3 Now Open
Round 3 of City of Sydney grants program is now open. These grants help building owners and managers better understand and target efficiency projects to reduce ongoing operational costs. Funding is also available for monitoring and measuring equipment. For more information, read out update here.
Applications open until 18 November 2019.
QLD: BCCM Regulations - Consultation on Draft Legislation
The community and stakeholders are invited to have their say on consultation drafts of new regulations to support the Body Corporate and Community Management Act 1997. Draft regulations, and information about the reforms included in the new regulations and how you can have your say can be found at the Department of Justice and Attorney-General community consultation website page.
Consultation for all draft regulations extended to 1 December 2019.