Interpretation and Intent – How by-laws can go wrong

A recent hearing deciding whether or not an appeal could go ahead revealed an interesting lesson about by-laws in strata. The Owners – Strata Plan No 51033 v Kumar and Srivastava [2015] NSWCATCD 137 focuses on the proposition that a by-law that limits access to a common driveway for visitors is unfair and/or discriminatory.    Read the article…………..


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