Court delays plague strata wind-up attempt

A petition to wind up a strata corporation and allow a 30-unit residential building to be sold to a numbered company for $21.5 million, despite opposition from two owners, has been mired in court delays since it was filed on December 14.  A judge was originally set to hear the petition on February 3 but the case was adjourned until February 20. The case is now adjourned again, until March 20, because four of the owners in the complex are appealing their property assessments.    Read the article………….


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