No barbecue ban but pets on notice as strata regs lay down the law

Balcony barbecues will not be banned, but pets still can be, as a raft of contentious strata rules is revealed in the new strata regulations released today.  The regulations – a dense mixture of rigid rules and optional by-laws – provide the details of how the reformed NSW strata laws, due to come in on November 30, will work.  They propose by-laws on pets and smoking as well as hard and fast rules on on everything from electing tenant representatives to removing cars that have been dumped on common property.   Read the article……………


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