NSW: Executive Committee (Strata Committee): Powers, Functions and Meetings

When a strata plan is registered, the owners corporation comes into existence and is given the principal responsibility for the management of the scheme. Other people can assist in managing the strata scheme including a strata managing agent or a caretaker. However the day to day management of the scheme often falls onto the executive committee.    Read the article………….


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