NSW: Can a Strata Meeting Be Recorded?

At the outset of a strata meeting, a person present may occasionally announce that they intend to record the meeting. Sometimes that announcement will not cause any controversy. But often it does. Indeed, often the announcement is greeted with outright hostility. So what happens when a person announces that he or she intends to record a strata meeting and some of those present object to the meeting being recorded?    Read the article…………


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