Step 1 Draft the By-Law
Using DIY By-Laws you can easily add your lot details, select what areas you are renovating and attach the relevant plans to create a by-law and motion instantly! Your by-law will describe any impact there may be to common property (for example, waterproofing in bathroom, moving plumbing or external walls).
Step 4 The General Meeting
Your motion will be discussed at the AGM and details will be reviewed. Then a vote will be taken by all owners attending (and via proxy) the AGM on your motion. This will be specially resolved and you will get approval or could be asked to provide changes or more detail. A majority vote will get this approved.
The way in which we deal with certificates of title (CTs) have and are continuing to change. Why is 22 March 2021 important? On 22 March 2021, it was made compulsory to lodge consolidated by-laws for registering through Property Exchange Australia (PEXA). However, the caveat to this is that if no legal representation, counter lodgments […]
One great way to incur a large debt is to reuse a commercial document without the consent of the copyright owner. We see this regularly and it rarely ends well. In a strata context, the most common scenario involves a professional being engaged to prepare a document for an owners corporation or lot owner and […]
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