New laws on managing and living in strata (Australia-NSW)

The NSW parliament’s approval of major strata reforms will, among other things, impact how strata schemes are managed. Owners and tenants will be affected by these reforms, which include new rules around voting, proxy farming and representation at meetings, as well as new model by-laws on pet keeping and smoking, and extended powers for tribunals in the strata dispute resolution processes.    Read the article……..


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