4 ways that cut-and-paste by-laws could cost you your renovation

One dirty little secret of the strata industry is that owners or managers trying to save money will cut-and-paste bits of other by-laws to make their own. For example; last year Maria in unit 5 got a by-law passed to renovate her bathroom. Now Bob in number 3 wants to update his lounge room. Bob flicks back to an old email containing Maria’s by-law, and chops and changes it for use at their next meeting.     Read the article…………..


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