A High court finding on QLD by-law dispute says it’s okay to be selfish when it comes to common property rights

A finding by the High Court of Australia regarding a Noosa body corporate’s by-law dispute has refuted a common misconception about strata; it can be reasonable to refuse a common property rights by-law when there’s nothing in it for you.   Read the article…………..


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